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Naranjo: Stela 22
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LOCATION Central stela of a group of three lying close to the south side of Structure C-6. Removed to Flores in 1971.

CONDITION Unbroken, although Maler may be correct in stating that part of the butt is broken off in the ground. Erosion of the sculptured surfaces is moderate.

MATERIAL A hard limestone.

SHAPE Nearly parallel sides, with irregullarly rounded top.

DIMENSIONS

HLC 2.55m
PB 0.67m
MW 1.14m
WEC 1.09m
MTh 0.45m
ReI 3.7cm

CARVED AREAS Front and both narrow sides carved in relief.

PHOTOGRAPHS Front: reproduced from Maler's original negative of 1905. Sides: Graham, 1969.

DRAWINGS Graham, based on field drawings corrected by artificial light.

REMARKS Morley's lettering of the glyph-blocks is followed, except in regard to what he saw as a possible glyph on the hip of the subsidiary figure and designated by him as D1. This, as Maler realized, is the left foot of the squatting man.

Maler's statement that part of the butt lies buried suggests that he excavated in search of a cache, for the butt as it survives could be considered adequate.

 

 

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