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La-Honradez: Stela 9
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LOCATION The stela was found in 1928 by Blom. It had fallen on the stairway of Structure A-21.

CONDITION All traces of carving have disappeared from two adjacent faces of the shaft, and hardly more than traces remain on the other two sides, here called arbitrarily the front and left side. The steia, or what remains of it, is broken into several pieces.

MATERIAL Porous limestone.

CARVED AREAS Front and left side, at least.

SIIAPE Parallel sides; shape of top unknown.

PHOTOGRAPHS von Euw.

DRAWINGS von Euw, based on field drawings corrected by artificial light.

REMARKS This stela was called Stela 10 by Morley.

DIMENSIONS

Ht 2.45 m
MW 1.08 m
MTh 0.73 m
Rel 1.3 cm
 

 

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