This is a carved relief offering scene.
It is from Tell Hisn (Heliopolis). This is a fragment from the bottom right hand corner of a tablet or stela. It shows an offering of papyrus stems and flowers, tied into a column, with birds (geese?) bound to it. To the left of the altar there is the arm of a worshipper or the person offering the flowers. Offering stela were put up in the accessible tomb chapel, to mark the place to leave offerings and to name the tomb owner. In the same way nowadays we tend to leave flowers at graves as offerings to the deceased. This is a carved relief offering scene. It is made from stone. It is between 3,200 and 3,300 years old, dating to the 19th Dynasty (1295-1186 BCE) in the New Kingdom.