The standing statue of is in a very good condition. Only the hanging hand is damaged. It is one of the larger statues and it is made from a broad shallow rectangular block of globigerina limestone. Between the shoulders is a deep conical socket, with one hole pierced through from the front and one from the back. It seems that this socket must have been used for the attachment of (different?) heads to the body. No sexual characteristics are indicated. In the pitted holes that cover the four sides of the rectangular pedestal is the remains of a red pigment. The statue was found during the restoration of 1949, with another three headless statues and a fragment of a forth, from a hollow under the raised threshold leading to the high room of the temple. Height 48.6 cm (19 inches) Width 41 cm (16 inches) and Maximum Depth 11.5 cm (4.5 inches)