LOCATION The larger (proper right-hand) piece of this statue was found in 1972 by the French Archaeological Mission on the fifth terrace near Structure E5-8. In 1973, the hand was found in an excavation in this platform; in 1990 Graham recognized an uncatalogued piece lying on the floor within Structure E5-5 as the other half of this statue. This was then epoxyed in place, and the monument is now in the site museum.
CONDITION The figure is headless and truncated at the hips. The right arm is badly damaged, the front also has suffered from blows, while damage to the inscription on the back can be attributed more to rough handling than erosion.
MATERIAL Fine-grained sandstone.
SHAPE Portion of a standing human figure carved in the round.
CARVED AREAS Carved in the round.
DRAWINGS Graham, based on field drawings corrected by artificial light.