The lower part of the fragmentary stele shows two figures in relief within a sunk panel. On the left, there is a bearded, mature man leaning on a staff, who looks at the woman seated in front of him. The woman pulls her mantle over her head: the gesture refers to her married status. The right hand of the man and the woman — probably husband and wife — are clasped, which marks their togetherness even beyond the grave. The inscriptions engraved on the stele attest that it was originally made for the man (Phaidonides); the name of the woman (Lysistrate) was subsequently engraved.