LOCATION Found by the French Archaeological Mission in 1972, lying on the ground near the southeast corner of Structure E5-14. Becquelin and Baudez think it stood originally not far away (1982, part 2, p. 679). It remains where found.
CONDITION The head is broken off, and the legs are broken at the ankles. The right-hand side and back are well preserved, the front less so, and the left side shows worse damage. The surviving portion of the right hand has been cemented in place.
SHAPE Part of a standing human figure.
CARVED AREAS Carved in the round.
DRAWINGS Graham, based on Mathews's preliminary drawings.