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Xcalumkin: Jamb 6
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LOCATION This is the east jamb of the inner doorway of the north chamber of the South Building of the Hieroglyphic Group, found by Pollock and Roberts in 1935 when they cleared the building of debris. It is now in the Museo Baluartes la Soledad, Campeche.

CONDITION The jamb is composed of two slabs of unequal height. The inner surface has suffered some erosion near the top and damage to the face. The outer edge is fairly well preserved.

MATERIAL Limestone.

SHAPE A well-dressed pair of slabs, closely joined.

CARVED AREAS Inner face and outer (left) edge.

PHOTOGRAPHS Graham.

DRAWINGS Graham, based on field drawings by von Euw corrected by artificial light.

DIMENSIONS

HLC (face) 1.66 m
PB 0.21 m plus
HLC (edge) 1.50 m
MW 0.60 m
WSc (edge) 0.23 m
MTh 0.31 m
Rel 2.4 cm
 

 

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