The book presents the 1300-years-old rare three story temple palace of Santa Rosa Xtampak in Campeche, Mexico. The combination of profane and sacral architecture had to be reconstructed in some parts. The analysis of the 50 room structure reveals seldom constructions principles. Serious static problems prevented the construction of a planned high roof comb. The form of the 17 m high structure is a combination of temple pyramids and houses on a terraced artificial mound. The publication provides indications for different functions of the structure. Even the positioning of the lower vault beams is a clear indication of the function and in some cases also of the use of certain accommodation. The general planning concept also concerns the security aspect.