View of the 'Temple of the Sun' and its courtyard at Palenque.
View of the 'Temple of the Sun' and its courtyard at Palenque. The temple was in fact a shrine and was built to commemorate the accession to the throne of Chan-Bahlum, son of Pacal. The shrine was decorated internally with scenes from Maya mythology, such as the setting sun, the jaguar god, warfare and sacrifice. Country of Origin: Mexico. Culture: Classic Maya. Date/Period: 690 AD. Place of Origin: Palenque. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ N.J. Saunders. Location: 12A.
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