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Temple 6 - The Temple of Inscriptions. Structure 6F-27. The inscriptions have deteriorated almost to the point of being unreadable. It was believed to be built around 766 A.D.

Per Wikipedia: Temple VI is also known as the Temple of the Inscriptions and was dedicated in AD 766. It is notable for its 12-metre (39 ft) high roof-comb. Panels of hieroglyphs cover the back and sides of the roof-comb. The temple faces onto a plaza to the west and its front is unrestored.

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