Composite Drawing Depicting Standing Figure from Pier and Kneeling Figure from Alfarda
Schele, Linda, and Peter Mathews. 1998. The Code of Kings: The Language of Seven Sacred Maya Temples and Tombs. New York: Scribner: 8: 100-101, Figs. 3.6 & 3.7;
M.G. Robertson, The Sculpture of Palenque Vol. 1, 1985: Plates 39, 63 & 77
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Image composed of several details from various locations, including Pier C and East Alfarda from Temple of the Inscriptions. The leftmost drawing appears to be a preparatory sketch for the complete drawing of the figure from Pier C (2d from left) who wears a net jade-bead skirt and holds a child with K'awiil attributes. The two small headdresses are from Piers B and C, respectively; the drawings below them represent the Quadripartite God bases from Piers D and E.
The figure on the East Alfarda wears a pectoral with the Number 6 and a daysign cartouche.