This stone roller was in the courtyard in front of the facade of Tarxien temples with the many other stone rollers found there. Mr Charles Borg, one of the Museum of Archaeology guides working at the temples, noticed that unlike other stone rollers, it had characteristics that made it look like one of the stone heads. It is much bigger than any other head. Could this head belong to the fragment of a huge statue found at Tarxien Temples? The hollows of the eyes are discernible, and also the hairline. The most convincing part is that the angle of the 'face' is slightly upwards, very much like many of the heads of other contemporary statues. It is 58 cm (22.8 inches) high, and 38 cm (15 inches) wide. This size fits perfectly in ratio with the rest of the statue. It is now found in the custodian room (with other temple material) at the Tarxien Temples.