Figure that represents a bulol, or good of the barns. Bulol are kept in these so that they can increase the rice stock, and at each harvesting they celebrated a ceremony with offerings and animal sacrifices in whose blood they are immersed to secure their fertilizing power. Bulol are inherited by the oldest son of each family, just as the rice fields, and only the wealthiest families can afford to have them. The base where this bulol is placed is divided into two horizontal sections with a deep slot in each side, which reminds of the mortar to pound the rice. Also in this carving the patina left by different rituals celebrated with it can be seen.