Mayan Year

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Mayan Year

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Mayan Year

The Mayan Calendar. The Mayan calendar is an ancient calendar system that rose to fame in 2012, when a “Great Cycle” of its Long Count component came to an end, inspiring some to believe that the world would end at 11:11 UTC on December 21, 2012.

Mayan Horoscope. The Mayan civilization began to form in Central America as early as 2000 BC. The culture of this people has always attracted the attention of scientists thanks to the perfectly developed mathematical and astronomical sciences, hieroglyphic writing, unusual architecture, knowledge of agriculture and other achievements in art and crafts.

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The Mayan Calendar. An Aztec calendar stone is shown above right. The Maya calendar uses three different dating systems in parallel, the Long Count, the Tzolkin (divine calendar), and the Haab (civil calendar). Of these, only the Haab has a direct relationship to the length of the year. A typical Mayan date looks like this: 12.18.16.2.6, 3 Cimi 4 Zotz.

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