King Pacal Head Statue on Ceremonial Base

King Pacal Head Statue on Ceremonial Base
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King Pacal (also known as Pacal the Great) was born in the year 603 A.D. He was king of the Maya kingdom of Palenque and is said to have reigned for 67 years until his death at the age of 80. The name "Pacal" means "shield" in the Maya language. Pacal expanded Palenque's power in the western part of the May states, and initiated a building program at his capital that produced some of the finest art and architecture of the Maya civilization. He was preceded as ruler of Palenque by his mother Lady Zac Kuk As the Palenque dynasty seems to have had Queens only when there was no eligible male heir. Zac-Kuk transferred ruler ship to her son upon his official maturity. He ascended the throne at age 12 on 29 July, 615 A.D. After his death, Pacal the Great was worshiped as a God, and said to communicate with his descendants. His elaborate temple tomb had a stairway down to his crypt, and after this was sealed up it had a long speaking tube connected to the temple atop the stop-pyramid. The lid of Pacal's tomb, referred to by some as the lid of Palenque, is the most photographed, reproduced and written about stonework of its kind. This beautiful museum reproduction art is intricately carved to capture every detail of the original artwork. This fine art King Pacal Head Statue on Ceremonial Base is quite an exquisite piece for a classical home or office interior design. It is ideal for your ancient art and museum replica interior decor. This item is made of bonded stone and measures 11 x 4 x 4.25

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