Round-topped painted limestone stela of Sekher, a field worker of a temple estate [aHwty Htp-nTr]. Divided into three registers, the main inscription is between the first and second registers. Both the scenes and the inscription are deeply incised. In the lunette are two wedjat eyes, without falcon markings, below each is a water sign. Underneath are three horizontal lines of text, a standard htp-dj-nsw offering formula. The main scene shows the deceased with other figures, probably members of his family. On the far right is a woman standing and facing left, smelling a lotus blossom which is held in her right hand. To her left are two men and a woman, standing and facing right. Both of the women wear full length, close-fitting tunics and long wigs. The men wear the traditional short pointed kilt and broad collar. Next to each figure are short vertical inscriptions. In the bottom register are two kneeling male figures, both facing right and holding lotus blossoms to their noses. Names and titles are given but their relationship to the deceased is not clear. The lotus blossoms have not been finished, the inner petals are shown drawn in red but not carved. Red traces of the original drawing are evident on other parts of the stela. From cemetery E, grave 361.