This limestone stela was dedicated by King Ahmose the First, who expelled the Hyksos from Egypt, to his grandmother Queen Tetishery.
The top of this monument is decorated with a scene showing the king making offerings to the queen, who is seated on her throne.
The lower part of the stela is occupied by a hieroglyphic text that is a dialog between Ahmose and his sister and wife, Ahmose-Nefertari. They are discussing what they have done for their ancestors, especially their grandmother Tetishery and their mother Queen Ahhotep. He expresses his wish to build a great mortuary temple at Abydos for his grandmother Tetishery. According to his words, this will be a great temple, the likeness of which has never been built before.