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  • Capstone 1
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Uxmal: Stela 15
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LOCATION The stela was found a little to the east of Stela 14, constituting, in Morley's scheme, the middle member of the fourth row from the rear (or northern) side of the Stela Platform. It remains in that vicinity.

CONDITION Broken in two, perhaps deliberately. The front is badly eroded.

MATERIAL Limestone.

SHAPE A well-prepared shaft, with parallel sides, flat front, and rounded top. The back is dressed into a form approaching hemicylindrical.

DIMENSIONS

HLC 0.93m
PB 0.25m
MW 0.31m
WBC 0.31m
MTh 0.29m
ReI 0.8cm

PHOTOGRAPH Graham.

CARVED AREAS Front only.

 

 

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