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Kerr Number:  8083
Vase Type:  Polychrome
Figure Count:  3
Height:  16.5 cm
Diameter:  11 cm
Circumference:  37.3 cm
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Comments:  Warriors with amputated hands  
Iconographic Elements:  Prisoners or captives, Shield, pakal, spears, Battle Standard

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Added 1999-02-09

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Kerr Number:  8088
Vase Type:  Polychrome
Figure Count:  3
Height:  26 cm
Diameter:  13.2 cm
Circumference:  44.6 cm
MS Number:  0
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Comments:  Red on white 3 panel Holmul dancer  
Iconographic Elements:  Inscription - other text, Jaguar, Water lily Jaguar, Principal Bird Deity, Vucub Caquix, Itzam Ye, Maize God, Hun Hunahpu, Hun Nal Ye, Primary Standard Sequence

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Added 1999-03-30

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Kerr Number:  8089
Vase Type:  Polychrome
Figure Count:  9
Height:  40.8 cm
Diameter:  18.5 cm
Circumference:  59.2 cm
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Publications:  The Maya Vase Book, Volume 6 p.1017
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Site:  Pusilha
Comments:  A ruler, sitting on a throne accepts tied bundles of cloth from carriers. Each manta is embroidered on the edge. His own people on the lower level examine the tribute. The text suggests the word PA ITZ that can mean Cloth Tribute. The emblem glyph suggests Pusilha. See Wanyerka: http://www.famsi.org/reports/00077/index.html   
Iconographic Elements:  Bundle, tribute, cache, Cloth, Emblem glyph, Inscription - other text, Ruler, king, cacique, governor, potentate, Throne

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Added 1999-09-28

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Kerr Number:  8091
Vase Type:  Polychrome
Figure Count:  2
Height:  15.7 cm
Diameter:  11.2 cm
Circumference:  33.8 cm
MS Number:  0
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Comments:  Ways, one may be a snail, possibly God N without his shell. Note rodent tooth marks on rim.  
Iconographic Elements:  God N, Inscription - other text, Way, alter ego, nagual

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Added 1999-04-04

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Kerr Number:  8109
Vase Type:  Carved
Figure Count:  0
Height:  29.5 cm
Diameter:  16.5 cm
Circumference:  47.5 cm
MS Number:  0
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Site:  Copan
Comments:  Rim band text. From the style it may have come from the Copan Valley  
Iconographic Elements:  Inscription - other text

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Added 2001-05-02

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Kerr Number:  8119
Vase Type:  Carved
Figure Count:  1
Height:  12 cm
Diameter:  13 cm
Circumference:  35.8 cm
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Comments:  The Primary Standard Sequence suggests that the vase is dedicated to someone who's has touched the road Och Bi. The tzi of the word tzib is indicated using the bat head.  CLICK for the shape of the vessel and the text
Iconographic Elements:  God K, Kawil, Primary Standard Sequence

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Added 1999-05-23

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Kerr Number:  8120
Vase Type:  Carved
Figure Count:  2
Height:  25.7 cm
Diameter:  15.4 cm
Circumference:  42.7 cm
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Comments:  A long nose deity stands over the head of the Young Corn God as corn plant grows behind him. In the second panel a ruler sits on a throne with an abstract deity head with net headdress behind him. The panels are divided by mat symbols suggesting a Popol Na structure.  
Iconographic Elements:  Inscription - other text, Ruler, king, cacique, governor, potentate, Maize God, Hun Hunahpu, Hun Nal Ye, Throne

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Added 1999-05-23

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Kerr Number:  8121
Vase Type:  Polychrome
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Comments:  Simon Martin. The plate bears the name of a Tikal Ruler  
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Kerr Number:  8123
Vase Type:  Polychrome
Figure Count:  7
Height:  14.5 cm
Diameter:  11 cm
Circumference:  37.2 cm
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School:  Dumbarton
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Comments:  A seated ruler is offered a small bundle. See K2783 for a vessel from the same school.  CLICK HERE for HiRes images of the text and Eric Boot's article on a reading for the initial glyph.
Iconographic Elements:  Curtains, in palace scenes, Inscription - other text, Lord, elite person not a ruler, Ruler, king, cacique, governor, potentate, Offering to humans or gods, Throne

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Added 2003-05-12

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Kerr Number:  8150
Vase Type:  Incised
Figure Count:  2
Height:  16 cm
Diameter:  14.5 cm
Circumference:  45.2 cm
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Comments:  Two seated lords with abstract symbols of the otherworld. The inside of the vase shows evidence of burning.  CLICK for the shape of the vessel
Iconographic Elements:  Lord, elite person not a ruler

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Added 1999-08-12

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