Drawing of the North Jamb from Temple of the Sun
Notebook for the XVIth Maya Hieroglyphic Workshop 1992: 177-198
Schele, Linda, and David A. Freidel. 1990. A Forest of Kings: The Untold Story of the Ancient Maya. New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc.: Fig. 6.13
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Composite drawing of fragments from south sanctuary jamb, Temple of the Sun. The image depicts K'inich Kan B'alam II standing in front of a Witz Deity that has been decorated with fire and maize vegetation. In front of him rises a stack of repeating supernatural faces. Kan B'alam II holds a jaguar head or figurine that rests on a miniature bench. He wears an elaborate backrack composed of what appears to be the Quadripartite Badge.
See also SD178 (older version). The text in front of K'inich Kan Balam II is badly eroded.