This is an offering stela for Neb-seni.
It is from Egypt but the exact location is unknown. Neb-seni the scribe and his wife sit before an offering table of food. The hieroglyphs read: A royal offering to Osiris the great god and to Anubis, Lord of Abydos, the Great God, Lord of the Sacred Land, that they might give invocation of offerings, bread, beer, beef, poultry, alabaster, clothing, incense, perfumed oil and every good and pure thing, offerings and all fruit and vegetables on which the god lives, for the ka of the sacred scribe Neb-seni, justified. His son Sa-mut; his son Amen-em-hat; his son Ah-mose; his son Sen-nefer; his son Neb-Amen; his daughter Mut-em-weskhet. This is an offering stela for Neb-seni. It is made from limestone. It is over 3,300 years old, dating to the 18th Dynasty (1550-1295 BCE) in the New Kingdom Period.