188.8.131.52.1 7 Imix 14 Sek (5 May, 755)
This lintel depicts Bird Jaguar IV and his chief sajal taking captives in warfare. To the right, the king holds a spear and flexible shield in his left hand, and grasps the wrist of his captive (Jeweled Skull) with his right. To the left, K'an Tok Wayib grasps his captive (Kok Te' Ajaw) both by the hair and his heavy rope bindings.
TRANSCRIPTION, TRANSLITERATION AND TRANSLATION
First passage (A1-A4 and E1-E3):
*7- IMIX 14- ka-se chu-ka-ja u- ? U-ba-ki ya- ?- BAHLAM K'UH-[PA']CHAN-AJAW
Huk-imix chanlajuun-kaseew, chuhkaj ?. U-baak ?-bahlam, k'uhul-pa'chan-ajaw.
"On 7 Imix 14 Sek, Jeweled Skull is captured. He is the prisoner of Bird Jaguar IV, holy lord of Pa'chan."
Second passage (B1-D3):
U-cha-CHAN ko-TE'-AJAW K'AN-*na-TOK-ko wa-WAY[bi] sa-ja-la
U-chan kokte'-ajaw k'antokwayib sajal.
"He is the master of Kokte' Ajaw. He is K'antokwayib the sajal"
Caption 1 (F1):
"He is Kokte' Ajaw"
Caption 2 (G1):
The signs making up the name of 'Jeweled Skull' are still undeciphered. The occasional presence of an initial u- complement (e.g., on Lintel 3:H2 and Lintel 8:A4) suggest that the name begins with that sound, but nothing more can be determined at present.