PREVIOUS DESIGNATIONS T-30 (Blom and La Farge 1927); Stela 14 (Morley 1944b); T-30 (Morley 1944a, p. 71).
LOCATION First recorded by SeIer (1901, fig. 282, back view only). At some later date the shaft was broken: the upper portion and base disappeared, but the legs were rescued and preserved, first in the alcaldia and now in the Tonina Museum.
CONDITION When photographed by Seler, the figure was intact from lower shoulders to feet. Since then the trunk above the belt and the feet have been broken off and lost, the apron in front has been obliterated, and the upper break has been trimmed flat with a machete.
MATERIAL White sandstone.
SHAPE When first recorded, a headless and armless human figure carved in the round, with its mounting tenon and part of the square base also broken off.
CARVED AREAS Carved in the round.
PHOTOGRAPHS Surviving fragment, Graham; complete back, SeIer (1901, fig. 282).
DRAWINGS Mathews, based on field drawings and on SeIer's photograph.