Two-part, textile-impressed effigy. Reddish brown ware. Surfaces representing flesh impressed, while still soft, with harsh fabric and coated after firing with cinnebar paint. Hands and lips polished; headdress, "necktie", girdle, gee-string, and breech cloth polished and decorated with incised lines.
Silhouetted reliefs. Complete specimens of a type of sculpture represented at Kaminaljuyu by fragments only: A) Western Guatemala, B) Guatemala, locality unknown, C) Believed to have come from Santa Cruz Quiche, Guatemala.
Pyrite-incrusted plaque with carved back. The drawing is correct in showing six curved elements upon the altar although in the photograph three appear, because of the direction from which the light falls it appears to be but four.
Mound before excavation. Mound B, looking east from Mound A the length of the football field, 1936. In center foreground excavations outlining the foundations of a small structure that had been almost completely razed in leveling the field. Here was found a large frog effigy of pumic. At left the Guatemala-Mexico highway.