|Lady of Tikal|
|Queen of "Tikal
with co-ruler "Kaloomte' Bahlam
Lady of Tikal's glyph
|Reign||April 19, 511-c.527|
|Predecessor||"Chak Tok Ich'aak II|
|Born||September 1, 504|
According to the inscription on Stela 23, the Lady of Tikal assumed a leadership role on April 19, 511, at the age of six, but did not rule on her own. Instead, she co-ruled with an individual named "Kaloomte' Bahlam. She was possibly the daughter of "Chak Tok Ich'aak II. Lady of Tikal was depicted on "Stela 23, which was broken and later re-erected incomplete. It is presumed that Stela 6 and Stela 12 also mention Lady of Tikal, but she is referred to by a different name. Her relationship to "Bird Claw, who may have been her successor (and the 20th ruler of Tikal), is unknown due to problems deciphering the text of Stela 8, but it is important to note that Bird Claw does not carry the Tikal emblem.
The name "Lady of Tikal" can also refer to "Lady Six Sky of "Dos Pilas/"Naranjo, more commonly known as "Woman of Tikal". The first Lady of Tikal was born in September 504 while Lady Six Sky acceded to the throne at Naranjo in 682.
"Chak Tok Ich'aak II
|"Ajaw of Tikal
April 19, 511-c.527
with "Kaloomte' Bahlam co-ruler