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Close-up of an ornate pillar of stone that would have supported the wooden roof of the Council Chamber. It varies in shape and is square at the bottom, octagonal in the middle and rectangular at the top. The decoration at top depicts a lotus blossom which is separated from the next ornate motif by an unadorned but chiseled surface. Other decorative motifs end at the bottom with a figure of a gana.