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LOCATION Easternmost of three stelae on the south side of Structure B-4. After the theft of th stela in about 1963, the front surface reappeared in a Saint Louis, Missouri, private collection.

CONDITION As found by Maler the stela was intact and well preserved in front, somewhat weathered on the reserve side. Since then the front surface has suffered considerable erosion. The looters, in order to carry the stela away, broke it in two at the level of Glyph BS, after chipping the back away.

MATERIAL Limestone.

SHAPE Somewhat tapered, with a flat top.

DIMENSIONS

HLC 1.87m
PB 0.62m
MW 0.92m
WEC 0.60m
MTh 0.19m
ReI 1.5cm

CARVED AREAS Front and back.

PHOTOGRAPHS Prints from original negatives by Maler.

DRAWINGS Front: Graham, based on Maler's and Morley's photographs, and checked against the original. Back: von Euw, based on Maler's photograph only.

 

 

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