This is a stela to Scribe of the Granary.
We do not know where this object is from. A translation of the text reads: “Osiris Lord of Life; Isis the Mother Goddess; the ka of the Scribe of the Granary, Overseer of the estate, more beloved than anything; the Lady of the House Tintiunet, justified; the Chief Goldsmith of the Workshop of Seats, Pay, justified; the Lady of the House Heti; the Overseer of the Priests Nakhtherhkepeshef; the Lady of the House Suro; her daughter Hathor, justified. All praise to the ka of Osiris-Khentyamentiu, may you give bread, water and breath everyday.”showing hieroglyphs and Isis stood behind a seated Osiris, before an offering table and a man and woman. On the lower register there are three women and two men before an offering table. This is a stela to Scribe of the Granary. It is made from stone. It is between 3,200 and 4,200 years old, dating to the 19th Dynasty (2195-1186 BCE) in the New Kingdom.