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Xcalumkin: Jamb 8
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LOCATION This jamb was found in 1935 by Pollock and Roberts, buried in debris on the south slope of the substructure of the South Building of the Hieroglyphic Group, near Jamb 9 and Lintel 4. Presumably all three came from a south-facing doorway of a collapsed chamber adjoining the known central chamber of the building. Present whereabouts are unknown.

CONDITION The carved surface of this fragment, which lacks both top and bottom, was in excellent condition when found.

MATERIAL Limestone.

SHAPE Unknown.

CARVED AREAS Outer (left) edge only.

PHOTOGRAPH Pollock.

DRAWING Graham, based on photograph.

DlMENSIONS

Ht 0.84 m
MTh 0.34 m
WSc 0.20 m
Rel unknown
 

 

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