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Naranjo: Stela 37
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LOCATION Isolated, near the edge of the plaza defined by Structures A-19, A-I5, and the West Acropolis. In 1972 the fragments were removed to Flores.

CONDITION Broken into several pieces of which six are known. The sculptured surface is quite badly eroded.

MATERIAL Coarse-grained limestone.

SHAPE Approximately parallel sides, narrowing slightly towards the top, which is nearly flat.

CARVED AREAS Front only.

PHOTOGRAPH Graham, 1971.

DRAWING Graham, based on field drawing corrected by arlificiallight.

REMARKS Stela 37 came to light in 1959 when it was struck by the blade of a bulldozer that was opening a road for lumbering. It was seen lying by the roadside, with scars still fresh, by Graham when he passed by soon after.

DIMENSIONS

HLC 2.88 m approx.
PB unknown
MW O.95m
WBC 0.94 m approx.
MTh O.50m
Rei 2.2 cm
 

 

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