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Temple XVIII is south, slightly east and up-slope of Temples XVII and the Temple of the Foliated Cross. It shares a base with Temple XVIIIa. This panel presents glyphs that formed part of the inscriptions that decorated the walls of the sanctuary. They were found on the floor after the temple had collapsed and so do not appear in their original order. They are now on display in the site museum. Just a comment about glyphs .. a glyph may represent a syllable or an entire word, and no where near all of them are understood. How they would have been pronounced is another question, entirely.

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Additional Photos by Ken Boulter (Sardonik) Silver Note Writer [C: 2 W: 0 N: 957] (1979)
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