18.104.22.168.12 1 Eb 0 Mol (16 June, 768)
This lintel depicts Bird Jaguar IV and his brother-in-law, Chak Chami. They dance while manipulating large flexible staffs (nicknamed "flapstaffs", but glyphically referred to as jasawchan ) . As Tate has shown, such events are probably associated with the summer solstice.
TRANSCRIPTION, TRANSLITERATION AND TRANSLATION
First passage (A1-A4 and B1-B8):
1- EB? TI'-HAAB YAX-K'IN-ni AK'-ta-ja ti-ja-sa-wa CHAN-*na 3- WINIKHAAB-AJAW ya- ?- BAHLAM U-cha-CHAN AJ-u-ku a- 20 -*BAAK K'UH- ?- AJAW K'UH-[PA']CHAN-AJAW
Juun-eb? ti'-haab-yaxk'in, ak'taj ti-jasaw-chan uhx-winikhaab-ajaw ?-bahlam, u-chan aj-uk, aj-winik-baak, k'uhul-?-ajaw, k'uhul-pa'chan-ajaw.
"On 1 Eb and the end of Yaxk'in, he dances with the jasawchan, the three katun ajaw, Bird Jaguar IV, master of Aj Uk, he of twenty captives, holy ?-lord, holy pa'chan lord".
Second passage (C1-C4):
CHAK-CHAM?-mi *yi-*cha-ni a-ja-AJAW AJ- 7?- BAAK
Chak-chami?. Y-ichaan ajaw, aj-huk-baak.
"He is Chak Chami. He is the maternal uncle of the lord, he of six captives."