Stela #20 was found broken, and in 4 sections. When it broke, it fell upside down so that the sculpture was protected, to a certain extent from the elements. It shows a person wearing elegant attire, holding a ceremonial scepter across the chest. He is standing, toes pointed outward, on the backs of two prostrate captives who are tied with ropes. Another two slaves, their hands also tied, kneel on each side. The plinth on which the stela rests is contemporary and intended to prevent further deterioration. Again, the date recorded on the stela is November 30, 780 CE.
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