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Site:  Palenque
Schele Number:  138
Description:  Text of hieroglyphic stairs, house c, palace. records k'inich janaab pakal's birth and accession, and the sacrifice of a calakmul vassal early in palenque's history. also noted is an eclipse (associated with a "yitah" of itzamnaaj b'alam ii of yaxchilan) and a visit from an ajaw from tikal. a series of prisoners (also recorded on house c, east court panels and on temple of the inscriptions panels) are named; text concludes with the dedication of house c.
Current Location:  Palenque, Palace, House C
Hieroglyph:  Yes 
Architectural Feature:  Stair, Alfarda
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Notes:  Glyphs a1-a5 record janaab pakal's birth on 9.8.9.13.0 8 ahaw 13 pohp; b5-a6 note pakal's accession on 9.9.2.4.8 5 lamat 1 mol. the eclipse and dedication of house c occur on 9.11.6.16.11 7 chuwen 4 ch'en.
Culture:  Maya
Iconographic Features:  Warfare
Publications:  L. Schele, Seventh Palenque Round Table 1994:1-10, Fig. 1
I. Calvin and S. Stearns, "Temple of the Inscriptions, West Panel." In U Mut Maya, 1987, 1988:9-14
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Site:  Tikal
Schele Number:  2000
Description:  Stela 13 text.
Architectural Feature:  Stela
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Culture:  Maya
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Site:  Tikal
Schele Number:  2001
Description:  Detail of belt ornaments and text, stela 31.
Architectural Feature:  Stela
Chronological Era:  Early Classic
Culture:  Maya
Publications:  L. Schele and D. Freidel, A Forest of Kings: The Untold Story of the Ancient Maya 1990:210, Fig. 5:26.
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Site:  Tikal
Schele Number:  2002
Description:  Elevation of talud-tablero, structure 5d-43
Architectural Feature:  Fa├žade
Chronological Era:  Early Classic
Culture:  Maya
Publications:  L. Schele and P. Mathews, The Code of Kings: The Language of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs 1998:72, Fig. 2.9
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Site:  Tikal
Schele Number:  2003
Description:  Detail of dwarf from lintel 3, temple 1, structure 5d-1-1st.
Architectural Feature:  Lintel
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Culture:  Maya
Publications:  D. Freidel, L. Schele and J. Parker, Maya Cosmos: Three Thousand Years on the Shaman's Path, 1993:311, Fig. 7:18b
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Site:  Tikal
Schele Number:  2004
Description:  Plan drawing of burial 167, covered with shrine, structure 5d-sub-10-1st. burial contained body of female
Architectural Feature:  Burial, Sarcophagus
Chronological Era:  Pre Classic - Formative
Culture:  Maya
Publications:  L. Schele and D. Freidel, A Forest of Kings: The Untold Story of the Ancient Maya 1990:132, Fig. 4:3
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Site:  Tikal
Schele Number:  2005
Description:  Altar 8, ca. ad 750-760. shows captive bound within a ball.
Architectural Feature:  "altar"
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Culture:  Maya
Iconographic Features:  Warfare; Ballgame
Publications:  L. Schele And M. Miller, The Blood Of Kings: Dynasty And Ritual In Maya Art 1986:251, Fig. VI.9
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Site:  Tikal?
Schele Number:  2006
Description:  Leiden plaque showing richly dressed maya lord standing on bound captive. lord holds double-headed serpent, from which emerge supernaturals, in his arms.
Current Location:  Rijkismuseum Voor Volkenkunde, Leiden, Holland
Artifact:  
Chronological Era:  Early Classic
Culture:  Maya
Object Size:  21.7 x 1 x 8.6 cm
Iconographic Features:  Bicephalic Deity; Warfare
Publications:  L. Schele and M. Miller, The Blood of Kings: Dynasty and Ritual in Maya Art 1986:36, Fig. 12; 121, Plate 33
L. Schele and D. Freidel, A Forest of Kings: The Untold Story of the Ancient Maya 1990:142, Fig. 4:12
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Site:  Tikal?
Schele Number:  2007
Description:  Text from leiden plaque describing accession of a lord.
Artifact:  
Chronological Era:  Early Classic
Culture:  Maya
Publications:  L. Schele and M. Miller, The Blood of Kings: Dynasty and Ritual in Maya Art 1986:36, Fig. 12; 121, Plate 33
L. Schele and D. Freidel, A Forest of Kings: The Untold Story of the Ancient Maya 1990:142, Fig. 4:12
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Site:  Tikal
Schele Number:  2009
Description:  Graffiti, room 9, structure 5d-68. graffiti shows three litters, each bearing a large animal companion-spirit that towers over a small, seated human.
Architectural Feature:  Graffiti
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Culture:  Maya
Iconographic Features:  Litter, Palanquin; Way, Supernatural Animal Companion
Publications:  D. Freidel, L. Schele and J. Parker, Maya Cosmos: Three Thousand Years on the Shaman's Path, 1993:313, Fig. 7:19
L. Schele and P. Mathews, The Code of Kings: The Language of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs 1998:90-91, Fig. 2.23
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Site:  Tikal
Schele Number:  2010
Description:  Rollout drawing of stela 23.
Architectural Feature:  Stela
Chronological Era:  Early Classic
Culture:  Maya
Publications:  L. Schele and D. Freidel, A Forest of Kings: The Untold Story of the Ancient Maya 1990:166, Fig. 5:1
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Site:  Tikal
Schele Number:  2011
Description:  Stela 18, recording the yajaw of smoking frog.
Architectural Feature:  Stela
Chronological Era:  Early Classic
Culture:  Maya
Publications:  L. Schele and D. Freidel, A Forest of Kings: The Untold Story of the Ancient Maya 1990:154, Fig. 4:20
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Site:  Tikal
Schele Number:  2012
Description:  Lidded pottery vessel from cache 198, urita gouged-incised. lidded vessel bearing the name of chak tok ich'aak i ("great jaguar paw"). image depicts maize god spreading out the ecliptic in the form of al two-headed serpent with paddler gods emerging from each end.
Artifact:  
Chronological Era:  Early Classic
Culture:  Maya
Iconographic Features:  Astronomy; God E, Maize God; Paddler Deities; Bicephalic Deity; Quadripartite Badge
Publications:  L. Schele and P. Mathews, The Code of Kings: The Language of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs 1998:77-78, Fig. 2.18
D. Freidel, L. Schele and J. Parker, Maya Cosmos: Three Thousand Years on the Shaman's Path, 1993:73, Fig. 2:9; 245, Fig. 5:6b
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Site:  Tikal
Schele Number:  2013
Description:  Stela 17. profile of maya lord, likely double-bird.
Architectural Feature:  Stela
Chronological Era:  Early Classic
Culture:  Maya
Publications:  L. Schele and D. Freidel, A Forest of Kings: The Untold Story of the Ancient Maya 1990:173, Fig. 5.5
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Site:  Tikal
Schele Number:  2014
Description:  Three inscribed bones from burial 116. shows paddler deities in canoe bearing maize god and supernatural anthropomorphic iguana, spider monkey, parrot and dog.
Current Location:  Museo Morley, Parque Nacional Tikal, Guatemala
Artifact:  
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Culture:  Maya
Iconographic Features:  God E, Maize God; Paddler Deities; Monkey; Reptilian, Amphibian
Publications:  L. Schele and M. Miller, The Blood of Kings: Dynasty and Ritual in Maya Art 1986:270, Fig. VII.1
D. Freidel, L. Schele and J. Parker, Maya Cosmos: Three Thousand Years on the Shaman's Path, 1993:90, Fig. 2:25; 245, Fig. 5:6c
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