Rear, Codz-Poop, Kabah, Yucatan--page 2 (of three pages)

Classic Period; 750-950 CE




 

East facade of the Codz-Poop with king figures

Both wear elaborate skirts with hanging front panels (Mayan codpieces?) and large necklaces; the one with the remaining head wears a huge headdress. The feathered serpent motif, so common in Puuc style, borders the bottom of the deep relief.

 

East facade of the Codz-Poop with details of the king figures

 

East facade of the Codz-Poop: entrance to main chamber with carved reliefs showing warriors in battle



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