188.8.131.52.8 10 Lamat 16 Mak (14 Oct, 752)
The lintel depicts Bird Jaguar IV in dance alongside one of his wives or consorts, probably Lady Mut Bahlam of Hix Witz. The king manipulates a K'awiil scepter, while the woman supports a large bundle (probably of jades, given the hieroglyphic tags on a number of similar lintels).
TRANSCRIPTION, TRANSLITERATION AND TRANSLATION
First passage (B1-E1 and A1-A2):
10- *LAMAT 16- ma-MAK a-AK'-ta-ja ti- ? mi?-xi-NAL ya- ?- BAHLAM U-*cha-*CHAN AJ-*u-*ku a- 20- BAAK *K'UH- ?- AJAW
Lajuun-ajaw waklajuun-mak, ak'taj ti-? mixnal(?) ?-bahlam, u-chan aj-uk, aj-winik-baak, k'uhul-?-ajaw.
"On 10 Lamat 16 Mak, he dances with the ? (at?) Mixnal?, Bird Jaguar IV, the master of Aj Uk, he of twenty captives, holy lord of ?"
Second passage (F1-F2):
The woman's caption is almost completely destroyed, though the initial IX (at F1) and the probable BAHLAM (at G1) suggest her identification as Lady Mut Bahlam of Hix Witz (see Lintel 17).