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LOCATION Southernmost of the rear row of stelae set on the terrace in front of Structure C-9. Removed to Melchor de Meneos in 1972.

CONDlTION Broken into several pieces of which Morley found three, one of them smooth on both faces and therefore presumably part of the butt. In 1971 another sculptured fragment was found and is illustrated here.

MATERIAL Fine-grainedlimestone. Maler's poor opinion of its quality may have been due to belief that a once-existing high relief had rather rapidly been reduced by action of the weather.

SHAPE Unknown.

CARVED AREAS Front only.

PHOTOGRAPH Graham, 1971.

DRAWING Graham, based on a field drawing corrected by artificial light.

DIMENSIONS

HLC 0.73 m plus
PB 0.47 m
MW 0.67 m plus
WBC unknown
MTh 0.30 m
Rei 0.9 em
 

 

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