The Stele of Iuf-er-bak is a great example of how Egyptians showed emotion in their art. On the stele the entire immediate family of Iuf-er-bak are all touching one another. This could show a type of connection or support toward their king. Could this have been the way that Egyptians conveyed emotion? If they could not show it on the face of the human in their art, they could have showed it in body position. The wife of Iuf-er-bak expresses the most connection and support of her king. You can see this because unlike the other figures, she has 2 hands on the body of Iuf-er-bak. I feel that this is how the Egyptians showed emotion in their art. Emotion was shown through body language.