L. Schele, Eighth Palenque Round Table 1996:26-27, Fig. 10c
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At top: reconstruction of stucco sculptures on North Substructure Tiers, Palace. Each tier displays a large human (perhaps K'an Joy Chitam II) or Maize God face flanked by a two-headed serpent. From the open jaws of each serpent emerges the head of K'awiil. At bottom: earflare assemblage from lower east mask on Structure 5C-2nd, Cerros, Belize.
Notes or Gallery Text
Bodega book numbers 483-489: photographs and drawings of 484, 486-489, photographs without accompanying drawings of 483, 485 (Bod. Nos. 261a, and 281c: Palenque Museum A6, D8, B6, D4, and J1)