Between AD 672 and 692 she was such a fierce military ruler that the Maya bestowed upon her the title of kaloomte and gave her higher authority than the king.
When she gave you a magnificent coat like the one she wore, with more colors and fine embellishments than anyone those days dared go around in, you didn't say no.
And in case she's lurking in spirit, I've taken no chances in naming it.
Lady K'abel Coat (No. 2522). Substantial cotton. Black with distinctive burgundy chalk stripe. Intricately woven gold, black, burgundy, and mulit-floral trim. Relaxed armholes for casual and easy fitting. Lining is yellow with red dots. You'll think of reasons to open it more often. Three frog closures, in black, another splendid accent.
In 2012, at the ancient site of El Peru-Waka', Lady K'abel revealed her penchant for alabaster, jade, and other fine things.
I think she would have liked these adornments, too.
Women's sizes: 2 through 20.
Color: Black with Burgundy Stripes and a multitude of other colors.
Care Instructions: Dry Clean Only.