Tajal Chan Ahk

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Tajal Chan Ahk
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Tajal Chan Ahk, Panel 3
Other namesT'ah 'ak' Cha'an
TitleKing of Cancuén

Tajal Chan Ahk was an 8th-century ruler of the Maya city Cancuén, whose rule lasted from 757 to c. 799.

He built the city's palace in 770.

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Demarest, Arthur A. (2006). The Petexbatun Regional Archaeological Project: A Multidisciplinary Study of the Maya Collapse. Vanderbilt Institute of Mesoamerican Archaeology series, vol. 1. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press. ISBN 978-0-8265-1520-9. OCLC 63178772.
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