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Structure 2C4

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East side with two doorways.
Jan. 2003
East side with two doorways, fallen section of wall at left.
Jan. 2003
1995. "Sayil, Structure 2C4: plan. . . . Sayil, Structure 2C4: main facade (restored)."
Scanned from George F. Andrews, Pyramids and Palace, Monsters and Masks; Vol. 1, Architecture of the Puuc Regions and the Northern Plains Area, 1995, p.41. Reproduced with permission of Labyrinthos, publishers.
2002. West side with three doorways; compare reconstruction drawing at upper-right.
Jan. 2002
Collapsed section of facade seen in photo at left, with facing stones and medial molding intact.
Jan. 2002
Detail of collapsed section in photos at left, showing carefully pecked and fitted facing stones.
Jan. 2002
West side with three doorways and plain rectangular medial molding.
Jan. 2003
Two doorway room with raised platform across almost one-half of room; various small wall openings.
Jan. 2003 (24mm lens)
Three doorway room, showing slight projection and curving underside of soffit and plaster remains.
Jan. 2003 (24mm lens)
 

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