Drawing of TIK Temple 1 Lintel 2 Depicting Jasaw Chan K'awiil II Seated Wearing a Mask
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Lintel 2, Structure 5D-1-1st / Temple 1. Jasaw Chan K'awiil II sits atop a litter or palanquin wearing a deity mask while the supernatural Waxaklajuun Ub'aah K'awiil (the Teotihuacan-style Mosaic War Serpent) rears above him.