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This building is named Scorpion's Temple because a scorpion sculpture was found in one of the walls of the temple.
The walls show a slight inclination towards outside. All the construction was stuccoed and painted; there is no vestige of this preserved.
This temple is chronologically located in the late post-classic period (1200 -1550 A.D.).
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