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LOCATION Easternmost of three stelae on the south side of Structure B-19. Fragmentary remains preserved in Guaternala City (see below)

CONDITION In quite well-preserved state when found by Maler, although broken in two and with some of the finer glyphic detail eroded. In about 1964 it was reduced to fragments by looters using a powered rock-drill and removed to Belize. There some of the fragments were confiscated and transferred to the Museo Nacional de Antropologia e Historia, Guatemala City; they make up the entire back surface except for the loss of all, or a good part, of glyphs C1-4, D1, E5, F5, and G,H,I, most of these three incised glyphs having remained on the discarded butt at the site.

MATERIAL Limestone,

SHAPE Sides essentially parallel, if somehat bulged, with an unsymmetrical top.

DIMENSIONS

HLC 2.65m
PB 0.92m
MW 0.76m
WEC unknown
MTh 0.31m
ReI 1.4cm

CARVED AREAS Front and back.

PHOTOGRAPHS reproduced from Maler's original negatives of 1905.

DRAWINGS Graham, based on Maler's photographs (his photograph of the back having been rectified for the purpose of tracing) and on an examination of the surviving fragnnents of the back in Guatemala City.

 

 

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