LOCATION Found by Blom and La Farge in 1925 on the plaza, where it is still located.
CONDITION Some chipping and weathering, especially of the snout area, has occurred.
MATERIAL Yellow sandstone.
SHAPE A long horizontal stone, rectangular in cross section. At one end of the stone, one side is occupied by a carved serpent head and the other side is dressed but plain. The other end of the stone comprises the plain tenon.
CARVED AREAS One half of one side only.
PHOTOGRAPH Mathews, 1980.
DRAWING Mathews, based on a preliminary drawing checked in the field in 1981.