The small stela is round-topped and painted. A man is depicted sitting on a chair with lion's legs. He holds a lotus flower in his left hand and a cloth in his right hand, resting on his lap. He wears a long kilt with a sash, and a wig with a perfume cone on it. His feet are on a footstool. In front of him is an offering table on which lie three loaves of bread and a bunch of onions. The stela is bordered by a blue band.
There are no texts, but the scene is characteristic of akh iqer-stelae.
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