Freidel, David A., Linda Schele, and Joy Parker. 1993. Maya Cosmos: Three Thousand Years on the Shaman's Path. New York: W. Morrow: 84, Fig. 2:19a
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Carved shell showing a peccary whose back has slit open like a turtle shell. Out of the cleft, rises a Maize God holding a paint pot and brush. This peccary has been interpreted as representing the stars of Orion and the Maize God as the creator who will paint the sky.
After image in M. Coe's Maya Scribe and His World.