This is a stela showing three generations of a family.
It is from Abydos.
At the top, the dead man, Kha-em-waset, and his wife, Iset, sit in front of an offering table with two sons and a grandson presenting the offering. At the bottom, seven daughters play musical instruments. A translation of the text reads ‘The Osiris Kha-em-waset; his sister, the Lady of the House Iset; his son Pay; his son Pa-wah; the son of his son Amen-mose. Her daughter Ta-men-nefer; her daughter Wiayt; her daughter Ta-tisy; her daughter Nefert-iry; her daughter Ta-nebet; her daughter Iset; her daughter Nehay’. Note that the sons are his and the daughters are hers, and that it is the sons who make the offerings. The Egyptians often used the title sister when they meant wife.
This is a stela showing three generations of a family. It is carved in stone. It is over 3,000 years old, dating to the 19th or 20th Dynasty (1295-1069 BCE) in the New Kingdom.