|Year of Publication||2005|
|Authors||Stuart, D, de Lara, JPérez|
|Publisher||The Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute|
|City||San Francisco, CA|
|Other Numbers||Library of Congress: 2005936998|
|Palabras clave||glyphs, Maya epigraphy, Mesoamerican writing systems|
From p. 15: "In this study I will consider each of the four Temple XIX monuments separately, in the order presented above (this corresponds, as it happens, to the order of their discovery). A greater amount of space naturally will be devoted to the lengthy platform inscriptions, but it is important to understand from the outset that all three inscribed settings—the alfarda, the pier with its stone and stucco panels, and the platform—are thematically linked and exhibit some redundant or overlapping information. Interpreting one text entails an occasional reference to one or both of the others."