These affinities and resemblances between Yucatec vestiges and those of the Uplands, are of constant occurrence.
It was not dropped by a traveling Aztec; it was made by a Yucatec.
Fortunately the native artist had the time to sculpture the Yucatec hieroglyphs, which are the proof of its true origin.
The outline, however, resembles some of the Yucatec structures.
Hence, we know this engraving to be Yucatec and not Aztec in its origin.
Now in the Yucatec ruins the cornices and lintels of the doorways, of zapot wood, were exposed to the open air.
Three other comparatively recent events of some importance in Yucatec history may be noticed.
The pages of Yucatec history are not marred by the constant blood-blots that obscure the Nahua record.