Horemheb, who reigned from 1319 to 1292 BC, was the last Pharaoh of Egypt’s 18th dynasty. But before then, he was a soldier of common birth who became the military commander-in-chief during the reigns of his predecessors Tutankhamun and Ay. Upon seizing Ay’s throne for himself, Horemheb set out to erase mention of the weaker kings before him from official records, revive the country’s deteriorated strength, and restore the traditional Egyptian religion in place of Akhenaten’s “heretical” cult of Aten. You could say he wanted to “make Egypt great again”.
This would be Horemheb while he was still a general. I’m not entirely happy with how the proportions of his figure came out, but I rather like his dreadlocks.