This is a half-kneeling warrior who carries a shield in his outstretched right hand and in the left, as if about to inflict a blow, a weapon of battle. He wears a detailed headdress, reminiscent of the people of Tikal.

His symbol is the third glyph in the first row. The first glyph in the first row is the number 1, the second is the symbol for east, the third, of God A, the first in the second row represents God F, the second is Venus, and the last is of God K.

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