Photographer's Note

This structure (Q95) is located near the entrance and to the northeast of the plaza. It is named after the remains of a stucco mural (on the floor underneath hut) showing a fisherman (deity?) with a speared triggerfish, and a bound crocodile. Like most Maya murals, it may tell a story and/or serve as an educational device.

At Mayapán, priests were no longer a dominant factor. What developed was a more urban society, also more militaristic, and centralized, certainly. There was also a much more pronounced reliance on trade than was the case at other Maya cities.

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  • Copyright: Ken Boulter (Sardonik) Silver Note Writer [C: 2 W: 0 N: 915] (1950)
  • Genre: Places
  • Medium: Color
  • Date Taken: 2013-05-17
  • Categories: Architecture
  • Exposure: f/4, 1/1000 seconds
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  • Photo Version: Original Version
  • Date Submitted: 2014-07-14 4:08
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