According to the museum label the stele was found at Dokurcun locality in the Şahinbey township, about 20 km south of the city of Gaziantep. The basalt stele is 120 cm in height, 52 cm in width, and 30 cm in thickness. Balcıoğlu states the stele is a funerary stele of a male, but the cylindrical headdress (polos), horns, the veil that starts from the top of the polos and extends to heels (see Karkamış, Arslantepe) all suggest the relief is more likely to be a representation of Goddess Kubaba (see also Birecik). The eroded items in her hands might be a pomegranate and a mirror. Stylistically the stele may be dated to around the 9th century BCE. The stele is currently on display in the Gaziantep Archaeology Museum.
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Balcıoğlu, B. Gaziantep Arkeoloji Müzesi Geç Hitit Dönemi Taş Eserleri, Gaziantep, 2009: 17.
Tayfun Bilgin, 2019.
Burhan Balcıoğlu, 2009.