Inscribed below the molding, Kallidemos, the son of Kalliades The back of the stele was cut down in modern times.
The akroterion is decorated with a double palmette flanked by two half palmettes, all rising from spiral tendrils set in a bed of acanthus leaves. Bell-like flowers are suspended from the volutes of the central palmette, and a four-petaled flower is carved at the top. The simple shaft is decorated with double eight-petaled rosettes.
Inscription: Below the molding: "Kallidemos, the son of Kalliades"
Richter, Gisela M. A. 1926. "Greek Sculpture: Recent Accessions." Bulletin of the Metropolian Museum of Art, 21 (5): pp. 128-9, fig. 3.
The Art Gallery of Toronto. 1948. The Classical Contribution to Western Civilization: A Loan Exhibition Organized and Lent by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, to the Art Gallery of Toronto. p. 20, Toronto: Rous & Mann.
Richter, Gisela M. A. 1954. Catalogue of Greek Sculptures. no. 97, p. 64, pl. 79a, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.
Bodel, John P. and Stephen Tracy. 1997. Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the USA: A Checklist. p. 184, Rome: The American Academy in Rome.