THE LID SHOWS Aj K'ax B'ahlam standing in profile, a common convention in Maya Art, indicating secondary status. The undecorated stick in his right hand is similar to staffs commonly held by merchants in Maya carvings. Although the object he holds in his left hand is eroded, it may well be the box itself. Aj K'ax B'ahlam wears a typical loincloth or hip cloth, flare-type earrings and high-backed sandals, all in Late Classic style. His necklace appears to be rolled cloth or rope, another indication of his status as a secondary lord.
“The stone is wrapped two days after [a certain date, known as] 6 Edznab 11 Zec on 8 Ahau 13 Zec.”