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Results 1 - 15 of 49 for "k'awiil"
Site:  Copan
Schele Number:  1001
Description:  Stela a, south side. monument erected by waxaklajuun ub'aah k'awiil, lc 9.15.0.3.0 (ad 731). ruler shown clasping double-headed centiped bar and wearing mask and regalia of local patron god k'uy nik ajaw.
Hieroglyph:  Yes 
Architectural Feature:  Stela
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Notes:  See also sd1002, sd1003. lc 9.15.0.3.0. drawing signed "l. schele '96".
Culture:  Maya
Iconographic Features:  Waxaklajuun Ub'aah K'awiil
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Site:  Copan
Schele Number:  1002
Description:  Stela a, north side, (cpn 1). monument erected by waxaklajuun ub'aah k'awiil, lc 9.15.0.3.0 (ad 731). ruler shown clasping double-headed centiped bar and wearing mask and regalia of local patron god k'uy nik ajaw.
Hieroglyph:  Yes 
Architectural Feature:  Stela
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Notes:  See also sd1001, 1003, lc 9.15.0.3.0. drawing signed "l. schele '96".
Culture:  Maya
Iconographic Features:  Waxaklajuun Ub'aah K'awiil
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Site:  Copan
Schele Number:  1005
Description:  Stela c, north side, (cpn 4). hieroglyphic text and profiles of waxaklajuun ub'aah k'awiil as local patron god b'olon k'awiil on west and east sides.
Hieroglyph:  Yes 
Architectural Feature:  Stela
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Notes:  See also sd1004 for south side text.
Culture:  Maya
Iconographic Features:  Wakaklajuun Ub'aah K'awiil
Publications:  L. Schele and P. Mathews, "The Code of Kings: The Language of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs" 1998:141, Fig. 4.9, 4.
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Site:  Copan
Schele Number:  1006
Description:  Stela d, back, (cpn 7). full-figured inscriptions. lc 9.15.5.0.0, 10 ajaw 8 te ch'en. isig: moon goddess, patron of the month ch'en. erected by waxaklajuun ub'aah k'awiil.
Hieroglyph:  Yes 
Architectural Feature:  Stela
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Culture:  Maya
Publications:  L. Schele and P. Mathews, "The Code of Kings: The Language of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs" 1998:169, fig. 4.36.
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Site:  Copan
Schele Number:  1008
Description:  Stela f, east side, hieroglyphic inscription, (cpn 11). erected by: waxaklajuun ub'aah k'awiil. lc 9.14.10.0.0 (october 13, ad 721). text depicted inside twisting rope as if it was part of ruler's backrack.
Hieroglyph:  Yes 
Architectural Feature:  Stela
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Notes:  Drawing signed: "m van stone 6 96".
Culture:  Maya
Publications:  L. Schele and P. Mathews "The Code of Kings: The Language of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs" 1998:150, Fig. 4.20.
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Site:  Copan
Schele Number:  1009
Description:  Altar g, north side, (gi/cpn 13). lc 9.18.10.0.0 (august 19. ad 800). erected by yax pasah. depicts a double-headed serpent with legs; skeletal snake with k'awiil emerging on west side and fleshed snake with a pawahtun emerging on east side.
Hieroglyph:  Yes 
Architectural Feature:  "altar"
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Notes:  See also sd1010
Culture:  Maya
Iconographic Features:  Double-headed Serpent With Legs.
Publications:  L. Schele and P. Mathews "The Code of Kings: The Language of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs" 1998:171, fig. 4.38(a).
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Site:  Copan
Schele Number:  1010
Description:  Altar g, south side, (gi/cpn 13). lc 9.18.10.0.0 (august 19. ad 800). depicts a double-headed serpent with legs; skeletal snake with k'awiil emerging on west side and fleshed snake with a pawahtun emerging on east side. erected by yax pasah.
Hieroglyph:  Yes 
Architectural Feature:  "altar"
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Notes:  See also sd1009.
Culture:  Maya
Iconographic Features:  Double-headed Serpent With Legs; Snake; K'awiil; Pawahtun.
Publications:  L. Schele and P. Mathews "The Code of Kings: The Language of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs" 1998:171, Fig. 4.38(b).
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Site:  Copan
Schele Number:  1011
Description:  Stela h. waxaklajuun ub'aah k'awiil dressed as the maize god in the costume of the holmul dancer. lc 9.14.19.5.0 (december 5, ad 731). text at right: stela a; partial hieroglyphic text.
Hieroglyph:  Yes 
Architectural Feature:  Stela
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Notes:  Associated drawing: text is from longer stela a text in: l. schele and p. mathews "the code of kings: the language of seven sacred maya temples and tombs" 1998:157, fig. 4.26.
Culture:  Maya
Iconographic Features:  Music, Dance, Maize God
Publications:  D. Freidel, L. Schele and J. Parker "Maya Cosmos: Three Thousand Years on the Shaman's Path" 1993:278, Fig. 6:17. L. Schele and P. Mathews "The Code of Kings: The Language of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs" 1998:155, fig. 4.25, 7.
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Site:  Copan
Schele Number:  1015
Description:  Stela j, west side (cpn 20). connects the period ending of 9.13.10.0.0 to rituals completed by the founder, k'inich yax k'uk' mo', on 9.0.0.0.0, 266 years earlier. erected by waxaklajuun ub'aah k'awiil.
Hieroglyph:  Yes 
Architectural Feature:  Stela
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Notes:  Lc 9.0.18.0.0 and 9.13.3.6.8 drawing signed: "l. schele, '96". drawing shown without the top "thatched rooftop" of stela.
Culture:  Maya
Iconographic Features:  "tzuk"(partition); "nah" (house)
Publications:  L. Schele and P. Mathews "The Code of Kings: The Language of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs" 1998:137, fig. 4.5 2(a).
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Site:  Copan
Schele Number:  1028
Description:  Stela 4, west side inscription (cpn 43). inscription records very early event involving the patron gods of the city on 8.6.0.0.0 (19 dec 159) and links them to a reenactment of those events by waxaklajuun ub'aah k'awiil on 9.14.15.0.0 (17 sept 726). erected by waxaklajuun ub'aah k'awiil.
Hieroglyph:  Yes 
Architectural Feature:  Stela
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Notes:  Drawing signed and annotated: "align this", "m. van stone 6-96" and "corrected fr. ls notes 12-96".
Culture:  Maya
Publications:  L. Schele and P. Mathews "The Code of Kings: The Language of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs" 1998:153, fig. 4.23.
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Site:  Copan
Schele Number:  1072
Description:  Relief drawing of great plaza showing stelae of waxaklajuun ub'aah k'awiil ("18 rabbit")
Architectural Feature:  Court, Patio
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Culture:  Maya
Publications:  L. Schele and P. Mathews, The Code of Kings: The Language of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs 1998:139, Fig. 4.7
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Site:  Palenque
Schele Number:  120
Description:  Carved limestone panel with three figures. the central figure, k'inich k'an joy chitam ii, stands in a dancing posture holding aloft a serpent-footed axe and wearing the shell ear-piece of gi. his father, k'inich janaab pakal (right), and mother, lady tz'akbu ajaw (left) sit flanking him. pakal holds a small, full-figure k'awiil and lady tz'akbu ajaw holds a personified jester god. the text records an anniversary of the death of his ancestor, k'an joy chitam i.
Current Location:  Washington, Dc, Dumbarton Oaks
Hieroglyph:  Yes 
Architectural Feature:  Panel, Tablet
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Notes:  Dn of 4.7.0 moves forward to the anniversary lc of 9.11.4.7.0. cr of 9 manik 5 muwan yields a probable 9.14.11.2.7, some three years after k'inich k'an joy chitam ii's capture by tonina (see sd149). schele (1980:308) notes that there is no firm association between the panel and palenque; the panel may have come from a nearby site.
Culture:  Maya
Iconographic Features:  Music, Dance; God Gii, God K, K'awiil; God B, Chaak, Chaak-xib-chaak; Jester God
Publications:  Maya Iconography 1980:309
L. Schele and M. Miller, Blood of Kings 1986:275, fig. VII.3
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Site:  Palenque
Schele Number:  125
Description:  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.
Current Location:  Palenque, Palace, North Substructure Tiers
Architectural Feature:  Fa├žade
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Notes:  See sd233.
Culture:  Maya
Iconographic Features:  Bicephalic Deity; God E, Maize God; God Gii, God K, K'awiil
Publications:  L. Schele, Eighth Palenque Round Table 1996:26-27, Fig. 10c
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Site:  Palenque
Schele Number:  150
Description:  Panel from temple xiv, with enlarged details of captions surrounding figures. k'inich kan b'alam ii, wearing giii attributes, dances on a register marked with water iconography. the kneeling female is probably lady tz'akb'u ajaw, kan b'alam ii's mother; she offers a k'awiil manikin.
Hieroglyph:  Yes 
Architectural Feature:  Panel, Tablet
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Notes:  The text first mentions giii in the first part of the text; it then leaps forward to historical time, describing an event by members of the palenque triad and k'inich kan b'alam ii.
Culture:  Maya
Iconographic Features:  God Giii, Jaguar God Of Underworld; Music, Dance; God Gii, God K, K'awiil; Water, Underworld; God Gi, Hunal-ye
Publications:  Maya Iconography 1980:300
L. Schele And M. Miller, The Blood Of Kings: Dynasty And Ritual In Maya Art 1986:272, Fig. VII.2
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Site:  Palenque
Schele Number:  158
Description:  Pier b from temple of the inscriptions. based on the quetzal and jaguar in the headdress, the standing figure may represent k'uk' b'alam i, founder of the palenque dynasty. the child cradled in his arms is presumably k'inich kan b'alam ii. however, the child exhibits a flaming axe in his forehead and one foot in the form of a serpent; traits that are diagnostic of k'awiil.
Current Location:  Palenque, Temple Of The Inscriptions
Architectural Feature:  Pier
Chronological Era:  Late Classic
Culture:  Maya
Iconographic Features:  Child; God Gii, God K, K'awiil
Publications:  L. Schele and P. Mathews, The Code of Kings: The Language of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs 1998:100, Fig. 3.6
M.G. Robertson, The Sculpture of Palenque Vol. 1, 1985:Plate 20
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