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  • Capital 2
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  • Capital 3
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  • Capital 4
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  • Capital 5
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  • Column 1
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  • Column 3
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  • Cornice 1
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  • Jamb 1
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  • Lintel 1
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  • Lintel 4
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  • Panel 1
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Xcalumkin: Capital 3
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Xcalumkin, Capital 3

LOCATION No longer in situ when found by Maler, this block can be seen lying inverted on Stone III of Lintel 1 in his photographs of the doorway of the Initial Series Building (Maler 1902, pl. 4, and Peabody Museum print P1815. It is ideniable as a capital or corbel by the narrowness of its border (by comparison with the lintel elements); and since, like Capital 1, it carries only two glyphs, it is likely to have been set on Jamb 2 rather than on a column. Present location is unknown.

CONDITION Moderately well preserved when found, except for damaged lower left corner.

MATERIAL Limestone.

SHAPE A rectangular block.

PHOTOGRAPH Pollock.

CARVED AREAS Front only.

DRAWING von Euw.

DIMENSIONS

Ht 0.20 m
MW 0.39 m
MTh no record
Rel no record
 

 

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