Drawing of skyband from Palenque Palace House E
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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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.