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  • Altar 1
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  • Lintel 1
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  • Sculpture 1
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  • Stela 1
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Naranjo: Stela 38
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LOCATION Close against the south side of Structure D-1, 1.4m to the west of Stela 39. When found, the butt was in situ. with the main portion of the stela resting on it and leaning forward against a tree. Rafael Morales H. excavated the butt and removed the stela to Flores in 1971.

CONDIT!ON Broken into two pieces, with a clean break near the bottom of the sculptured panel. The degree of erosion is very slight, the face of the personage portrayed having been obliterated in antiquity.

MATERIAL A hard, fine-grained limestone.

SHAPE Somewhat barrel-shaped, with a rounded, f1attish top.

CARVED AREAS Front surface only; carved in relief, with the inscriptions incised on raised panels.

PHOTOGRAPHS Graham, 1971,

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

DIMENSIONS

HLC 1.58 m
PB 0.58 m
MW 0.89 m
wac 0.79 m
MTh 0.43 m
Rei 0.9 cm
 

 

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