LOCATION First reported by Tozzer, who saw it in 1904 on the plaza, where it remains.
CONDITION The head of the central figure is broken off. The rest of the sculpture is badly chipped and weathered. Sometime between 1959 and 1972 a part of the left figure was broken off. During the same period looters started sawing, then broke off, the right figure and started to carry it away. They gave up their attempt, however, and the Cruz family retrieved the piece and reunited it with its better half.
MATERIAL Yellow sandstone.
SHAPE A rectangular panel, with figures in very high relief.
PHOTOGRAPH Mathews, 1980.
DRAWING Mathews, based on corrected field drawing, with addition to left figure based on Tozzer's 1904 photograph.