LOCATION Found lying face-up when rubble was cleared from the center room of Structure A-3 in 1965. Re-erected by the Peabody Museum two years later.
CONDITION Broken in three pieces and rather badly eroded despite the protection it has had from rain and moss, but its stone is inferior to that of Stelae 8 to 11.
MATERIAL A medium-grained limestone, not very hard.
SHAPE A well-dressed shaft, tapering slightly towards the base, with rounded top.
DRAWING Graham, based on a field drawing checked by artificial light.