LOCATION This monument was first seen by the Selers, who photographed it in a house near Ocosingo in 1896. By 1928, apparently, the monument had been broken up; one fragment was photographed in that year by Blom in the ranch house at Tonina. In 1959 Graham photographed another fragment at Tonina. By 1981 I was able to find only one tiny fragment of this monument, a corner fragment, in the museum at the ruins.
CONDITION The monument was complete, but broken into two pieces, when seen by the Selers in 1896. The stone has since been broken up because after 1928 only small fragments of the original sculpture have been seen. Minor chipping and weathering had occurred to the stone by 1896.
MATERIAL Yellow and red sandstone.
SHAPE Stela base. The central hole, however, was very much larger than the holes of other stela bases.
CARVED AREAS Vertical sides. A large hole has been carved out of the middle of the stone.
PHOTOGRAPHS Reproduced from photographs published by the Selers (E. SeIer 1901, illustration 280).
DRAWINGS Mathews, based on photographs by SeIer, Blom, and Graham.