The distinctive look of ancient Egyptian sculpture was determined largely by its function. A. The twisted forms of Egyptian statues indicate their importance in ritual actions. B. The reason Egyptian statues are motionless is linked to their central role in cultural rituals. C. Stone, wood, and metal statues all display the feature of frontality. D. Statues were more often designed to be viewed in isolation rather than placed within buildings. E. The contrasting poses used in statues of elite and nonelite Egyptians reveal their difference in social status. F. Although the appearances of formal and generic statues differ, they share the same function.