On one side is depicted the bearded Greek-Egyptian god Serapis in a shrine. He wears a chiton and himation (tunic and cloak), and a kalathos (a vase symbolizing fertility) on his head. On the opposite side, in an Egyptian-style building, is Isis in her snake form. She wears a crown composed of a sun disk and cow horns. In her coils she holds a sistrum, a type of rattle used in her cult. In a lunette is a bust of Harpocrates holding his finger to his mouth. Above is a woman, probably the deceased, dressed in Roman clothes and reclining on a banquet couch (kline).