The first row represents the dates:
|8 Zac*||18 Muan*||4 Yax||12 Yax|
The second row is thought to be the symbols of gods, the third is of Akbal, the fourth is of Venus. (The row of Akbal glyphs, Akbal being the last of the days, continuing until the day Kan at the beginning, represents the conclusion of the four periods of Venus.)
The fifth is of the cardinal directions (east, north, west, and south) in their assigned order. They indicate the course of Venus' trajectory at its conclusion.
The sixth is of the dates:
|19 Kayab||4 Zotz||14 Pax||2 Kayab|
The last row contains the numbers 236, 90, 250, and 8:
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