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  • Altar 1
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  • Lintel 1
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Naranjo: Stela 13
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LOCATION South side of Structure B-19, between Stelae 12 and 14. Fragmentary remains preserved in Guatemala City (see below).

CONDITION unbroken and still standing, although sharply inclined, when found by Maler. Excavated and lowered to the ground by him. Both sides were then in very fine condition. In the mid-1960s the stela was broken up by looters, but fragments amounting to more than half of the front surface were recovered in Belize and sent to the Museo Nacional Antropologia y Etoologia, Guatemala City.

MATERIAL Limestone.

SHAPE Narrow, with parallel sides tapering to a rounded point.

DIMENSIONS

HLC 3.49m
PB 0.96m
MW 0.94m
WEC unknown
MTh 0.35m
ReI 1.5cm

CARVED AREAS Front and back.

PHOTOGRAPHS reproduced fronn Maler's original negatives of 1905.

DRAWINGS Front: von Euw. Back: Graham, based on Maler's photographs and examination of the surviving fragments of the front surface (these do not include the upper portion, with the glyph panel A1-4, B,C).

 

 

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