Page 1 While the acacia is associated with a number of Egyptian Deities, it has specific associations with Isis and Her family. A particular acacia—simply called The Acacia, or Shondj—was sacred to Her. The Goddess Shontet, the Acacia Goddess Who took part in the Osirian resurrection rites at Djedu (Mendes), was considered to be a form of Isis. And Isis and Nephthys together were called the Two Shonti Goddesses, that is, the Two Acacia Goddesses.
This is considered an offering table, but on closer inspection it's machined to perfection and includes hieroglyphs and other information. To date, no electromagnetic test or scans have been done on this piece which comes from (or was thought to be from) 2350 BC, 5th Dynasty (Old Kingdom) Egypt.