This made me laugh

When the [Rosetta Stone] made its 1972 trip to Paris, it was exhibited alongside a picture of Jean-François Champollion and another of Thomas Young. There were complaints from some of the French that the portrait of Young was larger than that of his rival, and there were cries of outrage form the other side that the portrait of the Frenchman was manifestly bigger than that of Young. Both portraits had been chosen carefully and the were exactly the same size.
  — The Rosetta Stone and the rebirth of Ancient Egypt, Jon Ray