PREVIOUS DESIGNATIONS Stela 17 (Morley 1944b, p. 83); T-35 (Morley 1944a, p. 72).
LOCATION Found in the plaza, near Structure GS-2 of Ball Court 1; Becquelin and Baudez (1982, part 2, p. 671) think that Aureo Cruz had moved it there from an unknown location before Thompson and Morley saw it.
CONDITON This fragment of a statue carries the lower legs, feet, square base or socle, and a vestige of tenon. The back is better preserved than the front, which is in poor condition.
MATERIAL Fine-grained yellow sandstone.
SHAPE Carved in the round, with vestiges of panel-like projections on either side; the back shows the foot of a long, trailing mantle.
|PB socle + Tenon
CARVED AREAS Carved in the round.