The former is considered to be a vulture by Maudslay, but the presence of feathers covering the head excludes this interpretation.
Went afterwards to Maudslay to request that the great shield may be completed.
The honour of their discovery really belongs to that earnest and unselfish archologist Mr. Maudslay.
A foot or more above the pot Mr. Maudslay found traces of bones, but he does not say whether they were human or animal.
Again, Mr. Maudslay noticed a detail of Mayan decoration which has escaped other students.
Mr. Maudslay's account supports in the main Stephens's short account of the place.