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This corner stone formed part of a relief that framed the upper decorative elements in the Temple of the Jaguars. This relief shows the profile of a feathered serpent’s head, which is crowned with feathers and displays an open mouth with a bifurcated tongue. (This relief has become the logo that identifies the Chichén Itzá Archeology Project).  (Image Credit: David Williamson, Ideum)
This corner stone formed part of a relief that framed the upper decorative elements in the Temple of the Jaguars. This relief shows the profile of a feathered serpent’s head, which is crowned with feathers and displays an open mouth with a bifurcated tongue. (This relief has become the logo that identifies the Chichén Itzá Archeology Project). (Image Credit: David Williamson, Ideum)