No date recorded. Based on the possible birth verb (at A3), Tate (1992:198) suggests the same date as Lintel 13. Yet the required elements for Shield Jaguar IV's name phrase are not present, and it is unlikely to be a duplicate reference to his birth.
This lintel depicts Bird Jaguar IV and Lady Mut Bahlam of Hiix Witz (El Pajaral, Guatemala), one of his wives or consorts. She draws blood from her tongue with a thorn-studded rope, as he incises his genitals with a sharpened bone. The text suggests a penitential rite in celebration of a birth, but the absence of a date and the eroded condition of the initial passages makes the reference vague at best.
TRANSCRIPTION, TRANSLITERATION AND TRANSLATION
First passage (A1-B5 and C1-C3):
U-BAAH[AAN?]-li? ti-*MAY-ji ti-?-chi u- ?-? SIH?-ya-ja TE' ?- le ?-? SAK?-ba- ?- ja ?-?-? 3- WINIKHAAB-AJAW ya- ?- BAHLAM a- 20- BAAK K'UH- ?- AJAW K'UH- [ PA' ] CHAN-AJAW
U-baah-il-aan? ti-mayij? ti-?, u-? sihyaj? te'el?-? sak?-ba...j ? uhx-winikhaab-ajaw ?-bahlam aj-winik-baak, k'uhul-?-ajaw, k'uhul-pa'chan-ajaw.
"He is the likeness of ? sihyaj te'el sak-ba...j ? in the act of sacrifice, in the act of ?, the 3 k'atun lord, Bird Jaguar IV, he of 20 captives, holy lord of ?, holy lord of pa'chan."
Second passage (D1-K1):
U-BAAH[*AAN]-li 12- IX?-AJAW IX-MUT-tu BAHLAM IX-HIX wi-tzi-AJAW IX ba-ka-ba
U-baahil-aan lajchan-ix-ajaw ix-mut-bahlam, ix-hixwitz-ajaw, ix-baahkab.
"She is the likeness of the goddess Lajchan Ix Ajaw, Lady Mut Bahlam, Lady of Hixwitz, Lady Baahkab."