White marble commemorative stele with Persian inscriptions. The verses are formed of rhyming couplets containing mournful words remembering a loved person. Palmettes rise from the upper corners of the square base, which transform the quadrangular structure of the stele into an eight-sided parallelepipedon. Each section of the octagon contains a verse, the engraved writing of which contains dating in the form of a chronogram. The indication of a word is formed by a series of letters which, according to a form of correspondence called abjad in Arab-Islamic tradition, gives the exact date the work was carried out. Analysis of the inscription shows the work was completed in year 980 of the lunar hejira, corresponding to the period on the Gregorian calendar running from 14th May 1572 to 3rd May 1573. Moving upwards, the stele presents two couples of circular registers, separated from a further octagonal element without inscriptions. At the top of the stele, a stylised plant bulb rests on a semi-spherical surface supported by a circular register and, moving down, an octagonal one.