|LOCATION This lintel, which is made up of two slabs, was found by Maler in debris on the north side of Structure 34. The number of doorways once existing in this structure is uncertain, but Maler mentions another two-part lintel found close to it, the carving of which was nearly obliterated.
CONDITION The left (inner) half was in mediocre condition when found; since then it has undergone further severe erosion. The other half is described by Maler as having sculpture "so thoroughly demolished that it could not be photographed."
SHAPE The outer beam of the lintel is reported to have a rectangular cross section, whereas the other has a beveled inner edge, presumably so as to lie flush with vaulting that sprang from the level of the lintel's underside.
NOTE The figure for MW given here refers to the lower surface; the greater breadth of the upper surface was not measured.
CARVED AREAS Underside only, apparently.
PHOTOGRAPH Reproduced from Maler's original negative of 1900.
DRAWING Graham, based on photographs by Maler, Morley, and Graham.