A pre-Columbian sculpture always shown in this reclining position with its head turned, having a bowl on its abdomen. The figures were first noted in the 9th century AD in the valley of Mexico and the Yucatan Peninsula. The bowls, or discs, were thought to be for sacrifices left for the gods, and other thoughts are that they were to place sacrifices of the heart of the victim sacrificed.
Here are a couple more of the Chacmool that I saw in Playa del Carmen, Mexico while I was there recently
I’ve not been consistent with this new round of the alphabet, and so it goes. My thanks as always to Frizztext for his leadership in this challenge.