HISTORY OF MESO-AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE
: Kabah, Yucatan, Mexico; Late Classic; A.D.8-10c
- Codz-Poop (Temple of the Masks). Puuc style.
- The wall is divided into three part by horizontal strips. This produced the restrained expression in Puuc style.
Each wall is covered entirely with sculptures in strong relief of Chac, the god of rain.
- Puuc style is usually maintains a balance between plain and decorated panels.
Photo: Kohichi Hotta
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