Kʼinich Yoʼnal Ahk II
|Kʼinich Yoʼnal Ahk II|
|King of Piedras Negras|
Kʼinich Yoʼnal Ahk II's glyph
|Reign||January 2, 687 - 729|
|Predecessor||Itzam Kʼan Ahk I|
|Successor||Itzam Kʼan Ahk II|
|Born||December 29, 664|
|Consort||Lady K'atun Ajaw of Namaan|
|Father||Itzam Kʼan Ahk I|
|Mother||Lady White Bird|
- For his grandfather, see Kʼinich Yoʼnal Ahk I.
He had many monuments.
His pre-regnal name was Kooj - "Puma". Upon his accession, he took as his regnal name that of his grandfather.
Yoʼnal Ahk displayed a proper reverence for his father by commemorating the twenty-year anniversary of his burial with a burning ritual. Like his father, he reigned for over forty years. He captured a sajal of Itzamnaaj Bʼalam III in 726.
It seems that Yoʼnal Ahk married one more woman, possibly the one of Palenque. He must have died soon thereafter.
- Chronicle of the Maya Kings and Queens by Simon Martin and Nikolai Grube
- Kʼinich Yoʼnal Ahk II at Mesoweb