A. M. Appa

A stele, or standing stone, found in the temple’s outermost corridor once depicted an enthroned deity. Only the bottom of the relief has survived, which shows (from left) two legs of a throne and the deity’s own two feet, emerging from beneath the hem of a gown. Here the deity is shown in a much more typical manner—wearing pointy-toed shoes. Similar footwear can be seen on reliefs from the temple.