LOCATION When first photographed in 1959 by Graham, this monument lay by the roadside opposite the Cruz family ranch, near other sculptures that had probably been brought down from terraces above. Now in the Tonina Museum.
CONDITION The head and lower legs were missing when found, and a fragment (now lost) representing the figure's right knee lay nearby. Since then the left shoulder was broken off, and since repaired. Surface erosion is slight.
MATERIAL Yellow sandstone.
SHAPE A human torso carved in the round.
CARVED AREAS Carved in the round. The folded cloth projecting above the breechclout behind is merely incised.
PHOTOGRAPHS Front and side, Mathews; back, Baudez.
DRAWINGS Graham, based on field drawings by Mathews.