The above image is from a book, and it is a somewhat mangled copy of the original wall from the tomb of Ramses II, the original seen below. This is one of the favourite bit of Afrocentric evidence that Egyptians were black. They claim one image is a black African, one is a black Egyptian, although as you can see they are both pretty obviously black Nubians who are together in the real painting. As you can see, it bears little resemblance to the original, and the hieroglyphs don’t mean what Afrocentrists say they do.
They also claim that this image (below) is a fake (it’s an illustration from a book from 1820 that I’ve actually held), created by European historians to deceive people. Its a good thing it was drawn so meticulously, as exposure to moisture has caused a lot of damage to the original (bottom).
Photograph from the tomb of Seti I, showing (from left) Syro-Palestinians, Nubians, Lybians, and Egyptian. An example of what I mean on this link.