This t-shirt is a symbol of power and courage by representing the time when the third king of Dos Pilas attacked Siebal and captured its king.
Each product in our collection is inspired by the intricate art, iconic sculptures and symbols drawn by ancient mayan artists with our own modern and unique touch. This product is distinctive and lively, as it represents the beauty of the ancient culture in a stylish manner.
Artefact: Aguateca, Stela 2
Location: Aguateca (Guatemala)
Height: 280 cm (~ 9 feet)
The T-shirt depicts a part of a longer text about “Winning a war against Yick’aak B’alam”, the king of Seibal.
In 735 AD Ucha’an K’in B’alam, the third king of Dos Pilas, attacked Seibal, capturing Yich’aak B’alam. Ucha’an K’in B’alam raised monuments to his victory over Seibal at Dos Pilas, Aguateca and Seibal itself.
Yich’aak B’alam is shown under the feet of Ucha’an K’in B’alam.
Aguateca is an important Mayan site located in the Peten region of northern Guatemala. Historically, the site dates back to the Late Pre Classic Period (300 BC to 350 AD) and was one of a number of important settlements in the area including Dos Pilas and Seibal.
- 100% combed and ring-spun cotton
- Lightweight fabric: 4.2 oz/y² (142 g/m²)
- Retail fit
- Unisex sizing
- Coverstitched collar and sleeves
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
- Side seams
Machine wash cold, inside-out.
Use non-chlorine bleach, only when necessary.
Tumble dry low, or hang-dry for longest life.
Cool iron inside-out if necessary. Do not iron decoration.
Do not dry clean.
Wear with pride and respect ancient cultures