LOCATION First seen by Blom and La Farge in 1925 in Ocosingo. Morley and Thompson saw the monument in 1944 in the Escuela Primaria Urbana Federal of Ocosingo. By 1972, regressing still further in its second childhood, the statue was in the Jardin lnfantil in Ocosingo. It is now in the museum at Tonina.
CONDITION The head of the statue has not been located. Considerable chipping and some weathering have occurred to the surviving monument.
MATERIAL Yellow sandstone.
SHAPE Life-size human statue, carved in the round, and standing on a low rectangular base.
CARVED AREAS Front, back, and sides of standing figure. The base of the statue is dressed but plain.
PHOTOGRAPHS Mathews, 1980 and 1981.
DRAWINGS Mathews, based on corrected field drawings.