The basalt stele was found in Seylan Höyük which lies a few km south of Oğuzeli in Gaziantep province. It is 69 cm in height, 55 cm in width and 19 cm in thickness. On the left is the relief of a person with a raised hand, wearing a band on the head, a long tunic, and pointy shoes. The right side of the stele is left unfinished as the surface on that side is higher. A deep groove surrounds the scene like a frame. The purpose of the deep cut on the right side outside the frame is not clear. The stele is on display in the Gaziantep Archaeology Museum.