LOCATION Found in 1972 by the French Archaeological Mission. The fragments were found near the northeast comer of the western structure (H6-2) of Ball Court 1. Now in the Tonina Museum.
CONDITION Broken into 16 fragments constituting about two-thirds of the panel, the right-hand edge being entirely lost save for the two fitting fragments that appear in the drawing. (One had been lost by the time the photograph was taken.) The carved surface, including the inscription, is fairly well preserved.
SHAPE A panel originally forming the lower element of a two-part composite sculpture, most of the panel being flat and carved in low reliet while at the top, in almost full relief, appear the thighs of the full-relief figure depicted in the upper element, identified as Monument 94 by Becquelin and Baudez (1982, part 2, p. 827). For general arrangement see Monument 39 on pages 6:86, 87.
DRAWING Graham, based on a field drawing corrected by artificial light.