LOCATION Found in 1972 by the French Archaeological Mission. The first fragment to appear lay under a thin layer of rubble near the southeast corner of Structure E5-10; it carried the head of the personage and part of the headdress. The lower portion, down to and including the belt, was found in the extreme west of the site, where it had been abandoned by thieves. Later, the top portion of the headdress was found on the slope between the fourth and fifth terraces. Now in the site museum.
CONDITION Broken into three large fragments and one small. The portion below the belt is missing, and the figure's left upper arm is damaged, as are his hands and nose. The front is somewhat weathered, but in general the sculpture is in excellent condition.
MATERIAL Yellow sandstone.
SHAPE A standing human figure in stela form. The sides are well dressed and nearly parallel, with narrower top. The back is flat.
CARVED AREAS Human figure in full relief; the flat back carries an inscription in low relief.
DRAWINGS Portions by Graham and portions by Mathews, based on their field drawings corrected by artificial light.