Ah Suytok Tutul Xiu

Ah Suytok Tutul Xiu or Ah Zuytok Tutul Xiu was the spiritual leader of the Maya Tutul Xiu people. Founder of the city of Uxmal in the 7th century. He was from the Nonohual. Nonohual's location is unknown, but was probably in Peten, it also might have been another name for Potonchán in Tabasco or Tula. He was also known by his nickname coconut kaba or "Hun Uitzil Chac" Mayan language : Hun Uitzil Chac, 'the only mountain of Chac')

Ah Suytok Tutul Xiu
Ruler of Tutul Xiu
Reign6th–7th century
Predecessor?
Successor?
Born6th century
Tula, Potonchán, or Peten
Died7th century Uxmal
Issuefounded Uxmal

The Chilam Balam of Tizimín, describes Zuytok Ah Tutul Xiu as founded the city of Uxmal in the Katun 10 Ahau (669) However the Chilam Balam of Mani describes the same fact in the Katun 2 Ahau (620) Either way it is this character who is attributed the founding of the city.

Three centuries later the priestly house of Tutul-Xiu of Uxmal was part of the League of Mayapan