Rollout Drawing of Lidded Cache Vessel Recovered from Cache 198 in Tikal
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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 a two-headed serpent with Paddler Gods emerging from each end.