Lintel 3 from Temple I at Tikal, carved from sapodilla wood, highlights the triumph of Jasaw Chan K’awiil over the ruler Yich'ak K’ahk’ of the rival center of Calakmul, on August 5, 695 CE (18.104.22.168.18). This took place on the thirteenth k'atun anniversary, i.e., 256 years after the death of the legendary "Spearthrower Owl," a newcomer to the city who fathered the fifteenth ruler of the site, Yax Nuun Ayiin I. On Lintel 3, Jasaw Chan K’awiil is depicted seated on a throne that is borne on a palanquin. Behind him looms a gigantic jaguar, which some scholars interpret as the patron deity of Calakmul that was captured in the raid. The lintel is set into a small niche in one of the three doorways of Temple I, which towers 55 meters, or approximately 180 feet, over Tikal’s Great Plaza.