Thutmose III possessed the archetypal qualities of a great ruler. A brilliant general who never lost a battle, he excelled as an administrator and statesman. He was an accomplished horseman, archer, athlete, and discriminating patron of the arts. Thutmose had no time for pompous, self-indulgent bombast and his reign shows him to have been a sincere and fair-minded man.
I need a list of “the following” before I can help you with an answer…
Big bushy beard
Big horse (sometimes)
Big sword or club.
all of the above