Reading the scene from left to right, the name of the third figure is “Wrapper of the Harvest.” The black painted figure to his right is "Lord Fer de Lance". The kneeling figure is "Lord Puma". The black-painted man holding the spear is "Lord Owl". The final figure to the right is his son, "Young Lord Yellow Macaw".
The event is the funeral of Lord Owl. His heir, Yellow Macaw, stands behind him observing the ceremony. Lord Puma is being sacrificed as part of the burial ritual. Despite this, the mat-woven design on Lord Puma’s thigh and arm identify him as a member of the elite class.
Make any room spectacular with this majestic high-resolution reproduction of this Late Classic (A.D.700-900) masterpiece from the ancient site of Chamá. Printed on premium quality canvas with vivid, fade-resistant ink, all who see it will fall in love with your dramatic description of this important Polychrome ceramic Mayan vase.
• 20.5 mil thick poly-cotton blend canvas
• Hand-stretched over solid wood stretcher bars
• Matte finish coating