Detail from Copán Altar Q, one of the most notable Mayan altars recovered from Copán (present-day Honduras). Discovered by archaeologist Alfred Maudslay in 1886, it is thought to date to 776, and records a dynastic lineage for the Copán-based polity in the Maya script.
Courtesy & currently located at the Copán Sculpture Museum, Honduras. Photo taken by HJPD.

Detail from Copán Altar Q, one of the most notable Mayan altars recovered from Copán (present-day Honduras). Discovered by archaeologist Alfred Maudslay in 1886, it is thought to date to 776, and records a dynastic lineage for the Copán-based polity in the Maya script.

Courtesy & currently located at the Copán Sculpture Museum, Honduras. Photo taken by HJPD.

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