HISTORY OF MESO-AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE
: Sayil, Yucatan, Mexico; Late Classic; A.D.9-10c
- Palade of Sayil. Puuc style.
- The building has two characteristic points. The building is setback and has roof terrace. The facade and the plan is asymmetry while mayan architectures are usually symmetrical.
- The columns has capitals and entasis. See Five-storied building in Edzna.
There are 50 rooms in the building.
Photo: Kohichi Hotta
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