Structure 7H-3 is a double-room temple, once with a vaulted ceiling, executed in the East-Coast architectural style. It was built at a date later than those for other structures nearby in the entrance plaza. At the north-facing front there are three entrances, one main and two lateral, and prominent round columns stand guard before the threshold. To the second and interior room, there is only one entrance, framed in a Maya blue colour outlined in black. Mural painting was often a feature of the interior, and the exterior would have been painted. There are remains of the famous Maya blue colour around the front doorway. The lintel over the door is set back slightly and above it there is a niche with a bas-relief, probably of stucco, depicting the descending god. You will have remembered this feature from Coba and my future uploads from Tulum may have a clearer image. There had been an altar against the rear wall, but this was smashed by looters.
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