From the preserved letters at the end of line 2 it appears that the text was written on three lines (cf. PHRC030 and PHRC031). The text occupies the upper part of the front surface.
The letters are very irregularly cut, some of them descending much below the line.
Letter shape of the mid-third century: large A with horizontal crossbar; large and asymmetrical, almost sursive N; Σ with almost parallel bars (for which see PHRC032).
The stonecutter left little space for the Σ at the end of line 1 and wrote it smaller, with a lighter hand and very close to the right edge of the stone.
Letter height between 2.2 cm (P) and 1 cm (Σ,O).