LOCATION No data available about the original location. Now in the site museum.
CONDITION The head was broken off but now is reattached; the general condition is good, except for damage to the nose and a hole apparently chiseled into the figure's right breast.
MATERIAL Pale buff sandstone.
SHAPE A kneeling captive with hair coifed and hands tied behind the back. A tenon projects from the back.
CARVED AREAS Carved in the round with an inscription on the apron.
DRAWINGS Henderson, based on a field drawing by Stuart.