LOCATION First seen by Dupaix in 1808 in Tonina. Unfortunately, Dupaix did not record its exact location. When seen in 1925 by Blom and La Farge, Monument 25 was lying on the fifth terrace above the plaza at the entrance to a tomb. It is now in the museum at Tonina.
CONDITION When seen by Dupaix, Monument 25 was missing only its head. By 1925 the feet and tenon were also missing. The surviving sculpture is in good condition, having suffered only minor weathering.
MATERIAL Yellow sandstone.
SHAPE A statue of a standing human figure, carved in the round.
CARVED AREAS Front, back, and sides. Apparently, Monument 25 never carried an inscription.
PHOTOGRAPHS Mathews, 1980 and 1981.
DRAWINGS Mathews, based on corrected field drawings. It was not possible to photograph or draw the back of Monument 25 because it is set in concrete against a wall of the museum.