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This relatively well-preserved monument was discovered at the main temple compound of the ancient Maya city of Naranjo in Guatemala. The monument was broken by the Maya and buried in the fill of the temple courtyard. There is only damage associated with its ritual ‘deactivation’, but no traces of erosion. The stela was dedicated in 726 C.E. and carved shortly after. In 744 C.E., the city of Naranjo, including its most sacred temple, was sacked by the ruler of Tikal. The damage to Stela 46 possibly happened during that attack. The stela was found in three larger and several smaller fragments. Part is still missing. I documented it with flash photography. The data was processed in Photoscan Pro (the model here is a low-res version). The fragments were put together in Geomagic Wrap. Meshlap-generated orthoimages were used to make line drawings. You can learn more about the stela in this paper: https://www.academia.edu/34055725/La_Estela_46_de_Naranjo_Sa_al_Pet%C3%A9n_hallazgo_y_texto_jerogl%C3%ADfico