This is the lower part of the Libyan palette, which also is known as The Palette, showing the foundation of cities.
It is carved on both sides with raised relief, showing on one side a group of animals divided into three registers, or sections, and groups of trees in the fourth one.
On the first section, we see oxen depicted with large eyes and strong, stylized musculature.
The second section shows donkeys, while the third one depicts rams.
The opposite side portrays a falcon, a lion, a scorpion and an additional pair of falcons. They are equipped with hoes. The animals are participating in a foundation ceremony for cities.
These are represented by surrounding walls and buildings, some of which are accompanied by hieroglyphic names of localities in the western Delta.