Schele, Linda, and Peter Mathews. 1998. The Code of Kings: The Language of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs. New York: Scribner: 8: Fig. 3.29
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Eight jade objects recovered from sarcophagus inside Temple of the Inscriptions. Shown are a sak-hunal ("Jester God") and earflare found near the skeleton's skull; a cube and a ring in the form of a crouching figure found near his right hand; a sphere found near his left hand; a figurine found near his feet; and the mosaic mask placed over the face.
Notes or Gallery Text
Not included in this image is the mouth ornament recovered from the sarcophagus, see SD228. See SD160 for plan of sarcophagus.