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Xcalumkin: Jamb 4
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LOCATION This is the west jamb of the south doorway of the south chamber in the Middle Building of the Hieroglyphic Group, found in place by Pollock and Roberts in 1935. Following removal at some unknown date, the jamb was offered for sale in Paris in 1966 (Franco 1966, fig. 24). Present location is unknown.

CONDITION The jamb was composed of three parts, all of them in excellent condition when found, The looters thinned the slabs by sawing and broke off the two upper corners.

MATERIAL Limestone.

SHAPE The three slabs were well shaped, with a dose fit at the joints.

CARVED AREAS Broad face only.

PHOTOGRAPH Graham (taken in France).

DRAWING Graham, based on photographs.

DIMENSIONS

HLC 1.50 m
PB 0.20 m
MW 0.49 m
MTh 0.10 m (thinned)
Rel 1.5 cm
 

 

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