Drawing of Palenque Tablet of the Slave with figure facing left
Schele, Linda, and Peter Mathews. 1979. The Bodega of Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico. Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks: No. 142
L. Schele, "The Demotion of the Palenque Ruler Chac-Zutz: Lineage Compounds and Subsidiary Lords at Palenque." In Sixth Palenque Round Table, 1986, 1990:10, Fig. 5
L. Schele, "Genealogical Documentation on the Tri-figure Panels at Palenque." In Tercera Mesa Redonda de Palenque 1979: 60, Fig. 18b
C. Baudez and P. Mathews, Capture and Sacrifice at Palenque." In Tercera Mesa Redonda de Palenque 1979: 38, Fig. 11
E.P. Benson, "Ritual Cloth and Palenque Kings." In Art, Iconography & Dynastic History of Palenque, Part III, Proceedings of Segunda Mesa Redonda de Palenque; 1976: 45-58, Fig. 9
Tablet of the Scribe, without fragment recording 7 or 8 Zec. Panel depicts kneeling figure holding flapstaff and bundle of cloth draped over one arm; the figure's right hand holds what appears to be a stylus or quill. He also has six toes. Text records a bloodletting ritual and names Chak Suutz'.
Originally located on South Platform of Tower, although this may not have been its original context; see also Sculpture of Palenque 1985 (Vol. III): 77. See SD147.