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Data Record ID: 11
Catalogue ID: stirling_14
Published In: Stirling 1940b:
Site: Tres Zapotes, Veracruz
Photographer: Richard H. Stewart
Year: 1939
Collection: M.W. Stirling collection, National Anthropological Archives
Notes: Marion Stirling kneeling by Tres Zapotes Stela C. During excavations of this area, it appeared that this stone had been set up behind a roughly circular flat stone altar, shown in the background in this photo.
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