The limestone relief from Temple XIX as currently installed in the Palenque site museum. The base of this tablet was found in situ against a pier which faced the temple's entrance. The larger fragments were found in front of the hieroglyphic platform at the east end of the temple, where they had apparently been burned in a termination ritual. They depict a vassal of K'inich Ahkal Mo' Nahb' III supporting the ruler as he dons cumbersome ceremonial regalia. Another fragment of this sculpture was subsequently found outside the temple and is being added to the museum piece by Project restoration expert Marcia Valle. (Photo: Joel Skidmore)