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  • Capital 5
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  • Column 1
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  • Cornice 1
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  • Jamb 1
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  • Lintel 1
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Xcalumkin: Column 1
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Xcalumkin, Column 1

LOCATION This is the west column in the south-facing triple doorway of the east chamber of the Initial Series Building, in situ at the time of Maler's visit in 1887. Present location is unknown (dimensions quoted come from Pollock's field notes, Peabody Museum Archives).

CONDITION Made up of two drums of similar height; well preserved when discovered.

MATERIAL Limestone.

SHAPE Cylindrical.

PHOTOGRAPHS Maler.

DRAWING Graham, based on Maler's photograph, a plaster cast in the Peabody Museum made by E. H. Thompson, and a field drawing by von Euw corrected by artificial light.

CARVED AREAS A rectangular panel occupying about one-third of the circumference.

DIMENSIONS

Ht 1.63 m WSc 0.61 m

 

 

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