Contrary to most inscribed objects bearing a dedication to Arsinoe, in this case the text is not carved in the upper part of the field, but in its centre, slightly towards the bottom: the distance between the upper edge and the first line is 10 cm, whereas that between the second line and the bottom edge is about 8.5 cm, with the long hasta of Φ and Υ getting as down as 7 cm from it.
This detail speaks in favour of a different position of the inscription in relation to the point of view of the reader.
The letters are large and well formed although they present a rather irregular ductus.
Letter shape of the reign of Ptolemy II, with slight thickening at the end of the long hastae.
Σ with clearly diverging bars, asymmetrical N, small O and Y with slightly curvy upper strokes.
The central circle of Φ is replaced by a triangle, as in two other dedications to Arsinoe respectively from Yalousa and Chytroi (Caneva 2014, nos. 33 and 27).
Letter height between 2 cm (O) and 5 cm (Φ).