Bone panel frame has varied decoration along each side with arrows pointing downwards down the sides and a crossed pattern along the bottom and a lined pattern along the top of row of the frame. Around this decoration is another part of the frame which is plain. Two holes at the top and bottom centre of the panel. The Dancing-girl is standing with her left leg on the ground and her right leg lifted to the left against the frame creating a square shape in the left bottom corner. Her left arm is up in the right top corner helping her to balance with her right hand rested down on her hip. There is plenty symmetry with the shoulders in line the waist, hips, and stopping at the knees. Alexandria believed it was within the same style as Nilotic art of 4th-6th century.