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Xcalumkin: Capital 4
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Xcalumkin, Capital 4

LOCATION This was found by Pollock and Roberts in situ as a capital or corbel over the west jamb (jamb 4) of the south doorway of the Middle Building of the Hieroglyphic Group. Present location is unknown.

CONDITION Intact and moderately well preserved.

MATER1AL Limestone.

SHAPE A rectangular slab with narrow rectangular faces.

DIMENSIONS Not recorded, but probably similar to Capital 5.

CARVED AREAS One narrow face only.

PHOTOCRAPH Pollock.

DRAWING von Euw.

 

 

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