PREVIOUS DESIGNATIONS T-41 (Morley 1944a); Miscellaneous Sculpture 11 (Morley 1944b, p. 84).
LOCATION The portion above the waist was found by Thompson and Morley in Structure ES-5. The French Archaeological Mission found it 200 m to the northwest, abandoned by looters, who had started a saw-cut in the stone. The lower portion was found by the French project in excavations in Structure ES-13 (Becquelin and Baudez 1982, part 2, p. 727). Now in the Tonina Museum.
CONDITION The statue is headless, has suffered damage to its proper left side with other losses to the legs and feet, and now consists of seven fragments. The sculptured surface shows little erosion, with traces of stucco and red paint surviving on the pectoral.
MATERIAL Yellow sandstone.
SHAPE Kneeling figure carved in the round, with hands bound behind back.
CARVED AREAS Carved in the round.