The Maya calendar is a system of calendars used in pre-Columbian
Mesoamerica, and in many modern communities in the Guatemalan highlands,
The Maya calendar is a system of three interlacing calendars and almanacs
which was used by several cultures in Central America, most famously the Maya
The ancient Maya had a fascination with cycles of time. The most commonly
known Maya cyclical calendars are the Haab, the Tzolk'in, and the Calendar
Mayan Calendar. Most ancient civilizations found a way of marking time to predict
changes that would affect their survival and destinies. These calendars were ...
Features photographs of Mayan monuments and architecture. Each day is
identified by its Mayan date, in glyphs and in translation. The website includes ...
Introduction. The calendar systems used in the ancient world reflect the
agricultural, political and ritual needs characteristic of the societies in which they
The Mayan calendar was one of the first attempts by people to keep some sort of
historical record. Learn more about how the Mayan calendar works.
That which we call the Mayan Calendar might more accurately be termed “the
Mesoamerican Calendar,” for it was common to almost all the peoples of ancient
Dec 14, 2012 ... Doomsday believers have the Maya mindset wrong. Rather than chasing death,
they were seeking rebirth.
The Maya calendar in its final form probably dates from about the 1st century B.C.
, and may originate with the Olmec civilization. It is extremely accurate, and the ...