Stele 6
This well-preserved monolith lies broken in two pieces about 40m northeast of Stele 5. It had a total length of 15.3m with a base cross–section of 1.47m by 0.78m.  It is carved on the front and sides only, with a four–storey design floor that represents the ground floor with the door, the first storey with small windows, and the third and fourth storeys, each with a couple of similar windows. As in the case of Stele 4, the head is of the double type, with two circular inset surfaces for the metal plaques. Another similarity with Stele 4 is represented by the design of the front base–plate, which in this case does not have the raised central area.

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