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What does the professor say about the size of human figures in Old Kingdom paintings? A. Human figures are usually disproportionately large in relation to objects in the paintings B. Human figures in the foreground tend to be smaller than those in the background. C. The height of human figures tends to reflect their social status. D. The head and torso are generally out of proportion with the rest of the body.