This large colossal head was found on the San Lorenzo site in 1945 by Mathew Stirling's guide. It's known as either San Lorenzo colossal head 2 or San Lorenzo monument 2. It was excavated in 1946 by Matthew Stirling. The head was laying on its back. The figure is well proportioned and is wearing a classic "football" style helmet that is engraved with three birds heads. There does seem to be some damage, particularly around the lips, and the surface is considerably pockmarked. It's made of basalt and it measures 8.8 feet (2.68 m) high. Its weight is estimated to be 20 tons.