LOCATION The two fitting fragments were found by the MAF close together in the rubble on the Southwest Group at the fifth level. Becquelin and Baudez consider it likely to have been the base of Monument 87 (Becquelin and Baudez 1982: part 2, p.700).
CONDITION The front portion of the pedestal must have broken cleanly in half when the standing figure and supporting column broke away. The inscription in front lost most of two glyphs by breakage, leaving the remainder partly legible.
SHAPE Part of a pedestal with a pair of integral feet surviving.
CARVED AREAS In the round, with inscription in low relief.