LOCATION First reported by Blom and La Farge, who saw it, presumably on the plaza, in 1925. It is now in the site museum.
CONDITION Only the head and shoulder fragment of a larger sculpture has survived. Most details have been obliterated by extensive weathering.
MATERIAL Yellow sandstone.
SHAPE Irregular, representing the head and shoulder of a human figure, carved in the round.
CARVED AREAS Front, back, and sides.
PHOTOGRAPHS Mathews, 1981.
DRAWINGS Mathews, based on corrected field drawings.