Structure #3, to the rear, is a long, open enclosure with two rows, each of seven columns. The latter boast square capitals that likely supported roofing made of wood and covered in palm leaves. The function of this structure is not clear, but its close placement to the 13 small altars in front would leave one to believe that it was used in religious rites. The group of small altars in front of both structures 2 and 3 would serve in the placement of incense-burners used in any ceremonies. Dating is from the post-classic period.
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