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  • Lintel 1
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Naranjo: Stela 25
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LOCATION Northernmost of the rear row of stelae set on the terrace in front of Structure C-9. The stela was removed to Flores in 1971.

CONDITION Broken into two halves, with a piece missing at the break. The lower half was still standing when Maler found it. Most of the sculptured surface is qui te well preserved.

MATERIAL A hard limestone,

SHAPE Parallel sides, with rounded top.

CARVED AREAS Front carved in relief; both sides carry incised inscriptions.

PHOTOGRAPHS Morley, 1921.

DRAVVINGS Front: von Euw, based on field drawings corrected by artificial light. Sides: Graham, based on field drawings and a photograph of the upper right-hand side with the glyphs inked in.

REMARKS At B8, a third numerical dot can be faintly distinguished, although a month position number of three cannot properly occur with the day Kan. At C10, the position number in the month Zip is very clearly 18, whereas 17 is called for.

DIMENSIONS

HLC 1.86m
PB 0.80m
MW 0.70m
WBC 0.67 m
MTh 0.31 m
Rei 1.2 em
 

 

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