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  • Altar 10
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  • Capstone 1
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  • Stela 1
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Uxmal: Stela 9
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LOCATION According to Morley's published plan, the two fragments of this stela were found toward the eastern end of the second row from the rear of the Stela Platform. Their present position is a few meters further south.

CONDITION Two small, fitting fragments, evidently from near the top, are all that remains of this stela. The carved surfaces on all four sides retain a fair proportion of their detail.

MATERIAL Fine-grained limestone.

SHAPE The shaft was evidently narrow, with a discernible degree of tapering in width toward the top.

DIMENSIONS

Ht 0.65m
MW 0.45m
MTh 0.27m
ReI 1.1cm

CARVED AREAS All four sides.

PHOTOGRAPHS Graham.

DRAWINGS Graham.

 

 

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