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but a short distance apart, one of these buildings cannot be seen from the other. The engraving opposite represents this building as restored, not from any fancied idea of what it might have been, but from such remains and indications that it was impossible to make anything else of it. It is thirty-eight feet front and twenty-eight feet deep, and has three doors. The end piers are ornamented with hieroglyphics in stucco, two large medallions in hand some compartments, and the intermediate ones with bas-reliefs, also in stucco; in general character similar to those before given, and for that reason, not to multiply engravings, I omit them.
Vol. II. To face page 350.
Plan of No. 3, Casas de Piedra, Palenque.
Scale of feet.