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Sitio:  Palenque
Número de Schele:  128
Descripción:  Reconstruction of Bench 8 (also known as the Del Rio Throne). Each leg is carved with the image of a young lord sitting on a bench and holding aloft a waterlily blossom. Both lords wear net headdresses that identify them as bakab or pawahtuns. Although the center of the bench has been broken, still remaining is a left-facing individual wearing a large bead necklace and headdress composed of a waterbird eating a fish.
Localización Actual:  Left leg is in Palenque, Museo de Sitio; the right in the Museo de America, Madrid. Bench fragments identified as Bodega Nos. 481, 485, 486, 487.
Jeroglífico:  Yes 
Característica Arquitectónica:  Bench
Era Cronológica:  Late Classic
Notas:  Fragments of bench recovered from Palace, Southwest or Tower Court, and House E. See also SD514 and SD515.
Cultura:  Maya
Características Iconográficas:  Seat, Bench, Throne; Bakab, Pawahtun
Publicaciones:  L. Schele and P. Mathews, The Bodega of Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico 1979:No. 140
J. Porter, Seventh Palenque Round Table 1994:11-23
M.G. Robertson, The Sculpture of Palenque, Vol. III, 1985:90, Fig. 431
M.G. Robertson, The Sculpture of Palenque, Vol. II, 1985:Figs. 92, 94-102

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Sitio:  Palenque
Número de Schele:  129
Descripción:  Reconstruction of stucco relief sculptures from "Bicephalic Room," House E, Palace. The top drawing shows a Celestial Bird and skyband, from the northern wall. The bottom drawing represents a second two-headed deity, a composite of skyband segments from the west and east walls. The skyband on the western wall has a saurian or reptilian head with Venus markings; the rear head on the eastern wall is composed of an upside-down Quadripartite Badge.
Localización Actual:  Palenque, House E, Bicephalic Room""
Característica Arquitectónica:  Faade
Artefacto:  
Era Cronológica:  Late Classic
Cultura:  Maya
Características Iconográficas:  Skyband; Celestial Bird, Itzam-Ye; Quadripartite Badge; Bicephalic Deity; Cosmic Monster
Publicaciones:  M.G. Robertson, The Sculpture of Palenque Vol. II, 1985:Figs. 79-89
L. Schele, Eighth Palenque Round Table 1996:26, Fig. 10a
L. Schele, "Accession Iconography of Chan-Bahlum in the Group of the Cross at Palenque." In Art, Iconography & Dynastic History of Palenque, Part III, Proceedings of Segunda Mesa Redonda de Palenque; 1976:19, Fig. 9

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Sitio:  Palenque
Número de Schele:  130
Descripción:  Stucco reliefs from the vault above of the east subterranean stairs of House E, Palace. The top drawing, from Eastern Subterranean Vault 1, shows a Cosmic Monster with a "k'in" (Sun) in the middle of the body and an upside-down Quadripartite Badge at the tail end. The bottom drawing, Eastern Subterranean Vault 2, shows a two-headed saurian or reptile. Above the saurian is a deer (at left) and a crouching supernatural (at the right).
Localización Actual:  Palenque, Palace, House E, Eastern Subterranean Vaults
Característica Arquitectónica:  Vault
Artefacto:  
Era Cronológica:  Late Classic
Cultura:  Maya
Características Iconográficas:  Cosmic Monster; Quadripartite Badge; Reptilian, Amphibian; Deer
Publicaciones:  L. Schele, Eighth Palenque Round Table 1996:26, Fig. 10d
M.G. Robertson, The Sculpture of Palenque Vol. II, 1985:Figs. 108-117

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Sitio:  Palenque
Número de Schele:  131
Descripción:  Tablet of the Slaves. The iconography and composition recall the Palace Tablet (SD126); however, instead of identifying a Palenque ruler, the text concerns events in the life of Chak Suutz', sahal to Ahkal Mo' Naab III. Three individuals are seated on human and supernatural benches. The male on the left holds a Drum Major headdress decorated with a Jester God while the female on the right lifts an eccentric flint and flayed face shield.
Localización Actual:  Palenque, Museo de Sitio
Jeroglífico:  Yes 
Característica Arquitectónica:  Panel, Tablet
Era Cronológica:  Late Classic
Notas:  Originally found in Group IV, probably the lineage compound of Chak Suutz', a Palenque military commander .
Cultura:  Maya
Características Iconográficas:  Seat, Bench, Throne; Drum Major Headdress; Jester God
Publicaciones:  L. Schele, "The Demotion of Chac-Zutz: Lineage Compounds and Subsidiary Lords at Palenque." In Sixth Palenque Round Table, 1986, 1990:6-11, Fig. 1
K. Josserand, The Narrative Structure of Hieroglyphic Texts at Palenque." In Sixth Palenque Round Table, 1986, 1990:29, Fig. 10 D. Freidel, L. Schele and J. Parker, Maya Cosmos: Three Thousand Years on the Shaman's Path, 1993:307, Fig. 7:14

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Sitio:  Palenque
Número de Schele:  133
Descripción:  Head and name caption of Figure 6, west side, East Court, Palace. Glyphically described as a captive, the individual wears a "k'in" (sun) symbol in his headdress. Along with several other individuals from the East Court, this person is also named in the House C Hieroglyphic Staircase (SD138) and on the Temple of the Inscriptions, West Panel (SD154).
Localización Actual:  Palenque, Palace, East Court, West Side
Jeroglífico:  Yes 
Característica Arquitectónica:  Panel, Tablet
Era Cronológica:  Late Classic
Notas:  See also SD134 and SD142.
Cultura:  Maya
Características Iconográficas:  Warfare
Publicaciones:  L. Schele, Seventh Palenque Round Table 1994:1-10
M.G. Robertson, The Sculpture of Palenque Vol. III 1985:Figs. 328a-328b
I. Calvin and S. Stearns, "Temple of the Inscriptions, West Panel." In U Mut Maya, 1987, 1988:9-14

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Sitio:  Palenque
Número de Schele:  134
Descripción:  Heads and name captions of captives carved on panels on west side of House C, East Court, Palace. From top, Figure 1; Figure 2; Figure 3; Figure 4; Figure 5. Named as captives, several of these individuals are also named in the House C Hieroglyphic Staircase (SD138) and on the Temple of the Inscriptions, West Panel (SD154).
Localización Actual:  Palenque, Palace, East Court, West Side
Jeroglífico:  Yes 
Característica Arquitectónica:  Panel, Tablet
Era Cronológica:  Late Classic
Notas:  See also SD133 and SD142.
Cultura:  Maya
Características Iconográficas:  Warfare
Publicaciones:  Seventh Palenque Round Table 1994:5, Fig. 4
M.G. Robertson, The Sculpture of Palenque, Vol. III, 1985:Figs. 323-333
I. Calvin and S. Stearns, "Temple of the Inscriptions, West Panel." In U Mut Maya, 1987, 1988:9-14

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Sitio:  Palenque
Número de Schele:  135
Descripción:  Two fragments of panel from sanctuary jamb: top fragment from Temple of the Sun; bottom fragment from Temple of the Foliated Cross.
Localización Actual:  Palenque, Museo de Sitio, upper fragment identified as Bod. No. 487a
Jeroglífico:  Yes 
Característica Arquitectónica:  Panel, Tablet
Era Cronológica:  Late Classic
Notas:  Text is a Supplementary Series.
Cultura:  Maya
Tamaño de Objeto:  38.0cm x 39.2cm x 6.
Publicaciones:  L. Schele and P. Mathews, The Bodega of Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico 1979:No. 332

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Sitio:  Palenque
Número de Schele:  136
Descripción:  Tablet of the 96 Glyphs. This carved panel records the dynastic history of Palenque from 9.11.0.0.0 (a period ending in K'inich Janaab Pakal's reign) to 9.17.13.0.0 (a period ending in the reign of K'inich K'uk' B'alam II).
Localización Actual:  Palenque, Museo de Sitio
Jeroglífico:  Yes 
Característica Arquitectónica:  Panel, Tablet
Era Cronológica:  Late Classic
Notas:  Found in rubble at east base of Palace Tower; the panel may have originally been set into center of tread of first step of southern staircase of the tower to function as bench seat.
Cultura:  Maya
Tamaño de Objeto:  137.5cm x 58.5cm x 3
Publicaciones:  K. Josserand, "The Narrative Structure of Hieroglyphic Texts at Palenque." In Sixth Palenque Round Table, 1986, 1990:26, Fig. 9
J. Porter, Seventh Palenque Round Table, 1994:11-18
Texas Notebook 1985:92-93
Robertson 1991:78-79

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Sitio:  Palenque
Número de Schele:  137
Descripción:  Stucco reliefs from the vault above of the west subterranean stairs of House K, Palace. The relief depicts the Maize God surrounded by vegetation.
Localización Actual:  Palenque, Palace, House K, Western Subterranean Vault
Característica Arquitectónica:  Vault
Artefacto:  
Era Cronológica:  Late Classic
Cultura:  Maya
Características Iconográficas:  God E, Maize God
Publicaciones:  L. Schele, Eighth Palenque Round Table 1996:26, Fig. 10d
M.G. Robertson, The Sculpture of Palenque, Vol. II, 1985:Figs. 118-121

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Sitio:  Palenque
Número de Schele:  138
Descripción:  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.
Localización Actual:  Palenque, Palace, House C
Jeroglífico:  Yes 
Característica Arquitectónica:  Stair, Alfarda
Era Cronológica:  Late Classic
Notas:  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.
Cultura:  Maya
Características Iconográficas:  Warfare
Publicaciones:  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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Sitio:  Palenque
Número de Schele:  139
Descripción:  Fragment of a limestone panel. Profile of a male facing left who wears an elaborate counterweight earflare and a large bead necklace. His upswept hair is held with a headdress like that worn by Itzamnaaj or God D. The associated glyphs name K'inich Janaab Pakal, Palenque Ajaw.
Localización Actual:  Palenque, Museo de Sitio, torso and glyph fragment Bod. No. 1144 (Palacio P-No. 42(A3) Escombro Div. Cruz Fol. Pal 1954)
Característica Arquitectónica:  Panel, Tablet
Era Cronológica:  Late Classic
Notas:  Torso and glyph fragments were found at the north end of the Northwest Court of the Palace. Mayer (1995:28) reports that the panel is part of a private collection in Brussels; however, the torso and glyph fragment are listed in the Bodega of Palenque (1979:No. 81). See SD143 and 141 for fragment details.
Cultura:  Maya
Tamaño de Objeto:  34.2cm x 15.5cm x 5.
Características Iconográficas:  God D, Itzamnaaj
Publicaciones:  Maya Cosmos 1993:dustjacket, frontispiece
Mayer, Maya Monuments Supplement 4 1995:28, Plate 142
L. Schele and P. Mathews, The Bodega of Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico 1979:No. 81

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Sitio:  Palenque
Número de Schele:  140
Descripción:  Composite reconstruction of limestone panel fragments. Profile of a male facing left who wears an elaborate counterweight earflare and a large bead necklace. His upswept hair is held with a headdress like that worn by Itzamnaaj or God D. The associated glyphs name K'inich Janaab Pakal, Palenque Ajaw.
Localización Actual:  Palenque, Museo de Sitio, torso and glyph fragment Bod. No. 1144 (Palacio P-No. 42(A3) Escombro Div. Cruz Fol. Pal 1954)
Jeroglífico:  Yes 
Característica Arquitectónica:  Panel, Tablet
Era Cronológica:  Late Classic
Notas:  Torso and glyph fragments were found at the north end of the Northwest Court of the Palace. Mayer (1995:28) reports that the panel is part of a private collection in Brussels; however, the torso and glyph fragment are listed in the Bodega of Palenque (1979:No. 81). See SD143 and 141 for fragment details.
Cultura:  Maya
Características Iconográficas:  God D, Itzamnaaj
Publicaciones:  Maya Cosmos 1993:dustjacket, frontispiece
Mayer, Maya Monuments Supplement 4 1995:28, Plate 142
L. Schele and P. Mathews, The Bodega of Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico 1979:No. 81

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Sitio:  Palenque
Número de Schele:  141
Descripción:  Two fragments of a limestone panel. The text records the name of K'inich Janaab Pakal and the Palenque Emblem Glyph.
Localización Actual:  Palenque, Museo de Sitio, torso and glyph fragment Bod. No. 1144 (Palacio P-No. 42(A3) Escombro Div. Cruz Fol. Pal 1954)
Jeroglífico:  Yes 
Característica Arquitectónica:  Panel, Tablet
Era Cronológica:  Late Classic
Notas:  Torso and glyph fragments were found at the north end of the Northwest Court of the Palace. Mayer (1995:28) reports that the panel is part of a private collection in Brussels; however, the torso and glyph fragment are listed in the Bodega of Palenque (1979:No. 81). See SD143 and 141 for fragment details.
Cultura:  Maya
Publicaciones:  Maya Cosmos 1993:dustjacket, frontispiece
Mayer, Maya Monuments Supplement 4 1995:28, Plate 142
L. Schele and P. Mathews, The Bodega of Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico 1979:No. 81

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Sitio:  Palenque
Número de Schele:  142
Descripción:  Heads and name captions of captives carved on panels on west side of House C, East Court, Palace. From top left, Figure 1; Figure 2; Figure 3; next column, Figure 4; Figure 5 and Figure 6. Named as captives, several of these individuals are also named in the House C Hieroglyphic Staircase (SD138) and on the Temple of the Inscriptions, West Panel (SD154).
Localización Actual:  Palenque, Palace, East Court, West Side
Jeroglífico:  Yes 
Característica Arquitectónica:  Panel, Tablet
Era Cronológica:  Late Classic
Notas:  The extra captions are from the House C Hieroglyphic Stairway (SD138). See also SD133 and SD134.
Cultura:  Maya
Características Iconográficas:  Warfare
Publicaciones:  L. Schele, Seventh Palenque Round Table 1994:5, Fig. 4
M.G. Robertson (Vol. III) 1985:Figs. 323-333
I. Calvin and S. Stearns, "Temple of the Inscriptions, West Panel." In U Mut Maya, 1987, 1988:9-14

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Sitio:  Palenque
Número de Schele:  143
Descripción:  Oval Palace Tablet from House E, Palace. Lady Sak K'uk, wearing a jade net skirt and cape, offers the Drum Major headdress decorated with a Jester God of rulership to her son K'inich Janaab Pakal. Janaab Pakal sits cross-legged on a double-headed jaguar bench. The captions name both figures.
Localización Actual:  Palenque, Palace, House E
Jeroglífico:  Yes 
Característica Arquitectónica:  Panel, Tablet
Era Cronológica:  Late Classic
Notas:  Located near middle of western side of House E, opposite central opening. Originally associated with the Palace (Del Rio) Throne (SD128); see Sculpture of Palenque 1985 (Vol. II):Fig. 92 for a reconstruction of entire program.
Cultura:  Maya
Características Iconográficas:  Accession; Drum Major Headdress; Jester God; Jade Skirt
Publicaciones:  L. Schele and D. Freidel, A Forest of Kings: The Untold Story of the Ancient Maya 1990:227, Fig. 6.7
M.G. Robertson, M.S. Rosenblum Scandizzo and J.R. Scandizzo, "Physical Deformities in the Ruling Lineage of Palenque and the Dynastic Implications." In Art, Iconography & Dynastic History of Palenque, Part III, Proceedings of Segunda Mesa Redonda de Palenque 1976:62, Fig. 3
L. Schele, "Accession Iconography of Chan-Bahlum in the Group of the Cross at Palenque." In Art, Iconography & Dynastic History of Palenque, Part III, Proceedings of Segunda Mesa Redonda de Palenque; 1976:13, Fig. 13
L. Schele, "Geneaological Documentation on the Tri-figure Panels at Palenque." In Tercera Mesa Redonda de Palenque, Vol. IV, 1979:50, Fig. 8 L. Schele And M. Miller, The Blood Of Kings: Dynasty And Ritual In Maya Art 1986:114, Fig. II.5

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