The combination of a Graeco-Roman subject with a South Arabian dedication has been found, most recently, on several items from a temple treasury discovery at Jabal al-Lawdh in the Ibb region. The group comprised many imports from the Hellenistic world, primarily figures of women and goddesses, including an Isis-Fortuna, no. 163 in Simpson, Queen of Sheba, Treasures from Ancient Yemen.
The script, date and luxury nature of this object would suggest that it originally belonged to two members of a leading family at the court of the kings of Hadramaut, based in their ancient capital city of Shabwa. The kingdom was overrun by the kings of Sabean Himyar in 270 A.D., providing a terminus ante quem for this item.