Temple of Jaguar. Wall carvings in relief in the lower chamber. This frieze in low relief carving represents the base between the floor and the three line of warriors. #1 to #14. #1A slide, relief carving on the outer wall of same chamber. Color slides #1B-2B-3B-8B-19B-24B are from block prints of this same project. The original linoleum blocks and drawings were given to The Syracuse University, Collection of Manuscripts of Sculptors in 1963.
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