188.8.131.52.6 8 Kimi 14 Mak (12 Oct, 752)
The lintel depicts Bird Jaguar IV in dance alongside his chief sajal, K'an Tok Wayib. Both men wield jaguar paw scepters, but the king also supports a tall staff with a miniature idol of K'awiil perched atop it. In his right hand, the sajal holds a rectangular object, probably a wooden box filled with auto-sacrificial equipment.
TRANSCRIPTION, TRANSLITERATION AND TRANSLATION
First passage (A1-A7):
8- CHAM? 14-ma-*MAK *AK'-*ta-ja *ti- ? AJ- *20- *BAAK 3- WINIKHAAB-AJAW ya- ?- BAHLAM
Waxak-ajaw chanlajuun-mak, ak'taj ti-?, aj-winik-baak, uhx-winikhaab-ajaw, ?-bahlam
"On 8 Ajaw 14 Mak, he dances with the ?, he of 20 captives, the 3 katun lord, Bird Jaguar IV."
Second passage (B1-B7):
U-BAAH-ji ti-AK'-ta ti-CHAK-AT-ta U-cha-CHAN ko-TE'-AJAW K'AN-*TOK-*ko-wa-*WAY[*bi] ba-sa-ja-la
U-baah ti-ak'Vt ti-chakat, u-chan kokte'-ajaw, k'antokwayib baah-sajal
"It is his image in the act of dancing with the chakat, the captor of Kokte' Ajaw, K'an Tok Wayib, the head (or chief) sajal."