Palace

Kabah: Looking up at Codz Poop [Photo by Jeff Purcell, June 10, 2004]

"We may also note that, although infrequent in the late phases [of the fully developed Puuc style], the roofcomb, when it exists, is generally found above range-type buildings, and rarely on raised sanctuaries, showing the same quality of execution as the rest of the building and helping to accentuate its horizontal appearance. This lengthy superstructure is distinguished, as at Kabáh, by its large, generally geometric openwork..."

Paul Gendrop, Rio Bec, Chenes, and Puuc Styles in Maya Architecture, p. 176