"The jambs next to the entrance pilasters of this temple had hieroglyphic inscriptions, fragments of which have survived. The rear wall had a panel with a stucco relief which inspired the building's present name. The relief depicted a person seated on a throne, and whose limbs ended in jaguar heads. The claws of this animal functioned as underpinnings for the seat. Part of the seat and the left claw are today still intact. To each side of the person there were hieroglyphic texts. At the side of the panel is a staircase that leads to a possible funeral chamber."

Note Ik' symbol.