PREVIOUS DESIGNATIONS Miscellaneous Sculpture 9 (Morley 1944b); T-39 (Morley 1944a, p. 72).
LOCATION First recorded by Blom in 1928 (1929, p. 165) as lying in the playing alley of Ball Court 1 (Structures H6-2 and -3). Now in the Tonina Museum.
CONDITION The head is broken off at the neck, and the long tenon presumed to have supported the body as an extension from the hips is also broken off and missing.
MATERIAL Yellow and pink sandstone.
SHAPE A human torso with arms bonnd behind the back, forming part of a composite sculpture. (The other part, in this case, is unidentified, although it might be an as yet unnumbered tablet found by