It is possible, therefore, that the date on the High Priest’s Grave is compatible with either an early (10.4.0.0.0 or 10.5.0.0.0) or late (ca. 10.9.0.0.0) beginning of the Modified Florescent period at Chichén Itzá.
Temple of the Wall Panels Like the Caracol, Karl Ruppert excavated and published the Temple of the Wall Panels (3C16)(Ruppert 1931). It is a two-chambered structure entered through a triple doorway, built upon a substructure about 5 meters high. A small colonnade, roofed with three vaults, joined this substructure on the west. The outer facade of the colonnade, like the temple above, rose with a basal batter to an apron molding, above which the wall was vertical to a threemember molding. The upper facade was plain, crowned by another three-member molding, the upper member of which was an extended beveled course.
Temple of the Wall Panels (3C16) Ruppert 1931:Pls. 1, 3
Temple of the Wall Panels from the Caracol