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  • Lintel 1
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LOCATION Westernmost of the stelae set in front of Structure A-15 Probably long before Maler's visit it had fallen backwards against the terrace edge. Removed in 1972 to Melchor de Meocas.

CONDITION Broken into three pieces and lacking some small fragments. The carved surfaces are considerably eroded.

MATERIAL Limestone.

SHAPE Parallel sides, with rounded top. The back surface at the upper left-hand corner may have been irregular at the time of erection

DIMENSIONS

HLC 2.19m
PB unknown
MW O.97m
WEC O.92m
MTh O.32m
ReI 1.5cm

CARVED AREAS Front carved in relief; both narrow sides carry an incised text.

PHOTOGRAPHS Graham, 1970.

DRAWINGS Graham; that of the front based on field drawings corrected by artificial light and photographs taken with varied lighting; the incised glyphs on the sides were inked in by artificial light and photographed. Latex moulds of the sides of the lower part were made.

REMARKS The first three or four glyph blocks of column C may have been left uncarved because of the irregular shape of the shaft.

 

 

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