LOCATION Found in 1972 by the French Archaeological Mission 30 m outside the western edge of the plaza, and thus probably not in its original setting. Now in the Tonina Museum.
CONDITION The human figure has lost its head and feet below the shins. The arms, especially its right arm, belt ornament, and apron are damaged, as are the edges of the cloak, on which the hieroglyphic text was carved. The latter has also suffered from erosion.
MATERIAL Yellow sandstone.
SHAPE A standing human figure carved in the round and shown holding a ceremonial bar in his arms. The shape of the cloak descending from the shoulders has been reduced almost to cylindrical form.
CARVED AREAS Carved in the round, with glyphs in low relief at the back.
PHOTOGRAPHS Front, Graham; back and side, Mathews.
DRAWINGS Mathews, based on field drawings corrected by artificial light.