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A press release from Washington University in St. Louis has announced that the tomb of a classical Maya
Holy Snake Lord, Supreme Warrior, and queen, K'abel (co-ruler, but with more power than her husband, K'inich Bahlam [c. 672-692]) has probably been identified, using corroborating historical and archaeological evidence. Washington University in St. Louis' David Freide led the archaeological expedition in the royal Maya city of El Perú-Waka' (near Tikal
), Guatemala. It is the alabaster jar shown above, and other ceramics within the tomb, and stela outside the tomb that led them to the conclusion since it appears to belong to Lady K'abel.
To read the article, see Tomb of Maya queen K'abel discovered in Guatemala