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Tracing of a mural painting from the southern panel of the west wall, Upper Temple of the Jaguars, Chichen Itza, Mexico, The tracing has been inked over in red and then watercolour paint has been used.
Detail of south end of the west wall: showing village houses under attack from Itza warriors, with women with bundles of possessions, and warriors lined up for battle below the village. Warrior A? with protective green feathered serpent at bottom left.

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