? Cosmos; Paddler gods of Na Ho Chan Itz'at; K1196
Freidel, David A., Linda Schele, and Joy Parker. 1993. Maya Cosmos: Three Thousand Years on the Shaman's Path. New York: W. Morrow: 94, Fig. 2:28;
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Partial text describing Paddler Gods as Na-Ho-Chan itz'aat ("sages" or "artists") and old scribe wearing pawahtun headdress from codex style vessel (K1196). Detail of head from Copan incensario with eye rings and mouth ornament.