A: Jackal-headed Anubis standing on a base with cross-hatched decoration, head and feet to left. He is wearing boots, tunic and mantle, is crowned with the Isis-crown, and carries a dagger at his waist. In front of him, on the base, a coiled serpent (Agathodaimon), crowned with a lotus flower (?) and a modius. His right hand is extended, as if supporting an eight-pointed star, his lowered left hand is holding a situla. Behind his head, on the right, a crescent open to left. Next to the figure, on the right, the chi-rho sign, with its tall stem placed within a square.
B: Inscription in five lines: σα|βαωθ|αδωνε|μιχα|ηλ → Σαβαώθ, variant of Ἀδωναΐ, Μιχαήλ.
Henig - MacGregor 2004, 123-24, no. 13.6