Schele, Linda, and Peter Mathews. 1998. The Code of Kings: The Language of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs. New York: Scribner: 8:126, Fig. 3.29; 307, Fig. 8.16
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Miscellaneous drawings. At top left, upside-down, is what appears to be an Itzam-Ye head. At top right, also upside down, a sketch of Uxmal from a 1557 map of Mani. At center is the mouth ornament worn by Janaab Pakal in the Sarcophagus. At bottom center is a jade bead from Tomb E-27-A, Iximche'. The glyph captions are the names of Palenque rulers.