The Mayan Calendar

Ivan Van Laningham

Table of Contents

  1. An Introduction to the Mayan Calendar
  2. Mayan Day Glyphs
  3. Mayan Month Glyphs
  4. Mayan Numbers
  5. Mayan Time Periods and Period Glyphs
  6. The Long Count
  7. Haab Patron Glyphs
  8. The G and F Glyphs of the Lunar Supplementary Series
  9. The Julian Period
  10. The Correlation of the Mayan and Julian/Gregorian Calendars
  11. The Calendar Round
  12. A Complete Tzolk’in
  13. A Complete Haab
  14. A Complete Calendar Round
  15. Maya vs. Mayan
  16. The Lunar Supplementary Series
  17. The Z and Y Glyphs of the Lunar Supplementary Series
  18. The E and D Glyphs of the Lunar Supplementary Series
  19. The C Glyphs of the Lunar Supplementary Series
  20. The X Glyphs of the Lunar Supplementary Series
  21. The B Glyphs of the Lunar Supplementary Series
  22. The A Glyphs of the Lunar Supplementary Series
  23. The Animated Tzolk’in
  24. Mayan Creation Dates
  25. Numerical Factors and Periods Important in Mayan Calendrics
  26. Mayan Calendar Correlation:  A Response to Questions Raised by  Sid Hollander and Will F. McGee
  27. Color Glyphs
  28. Direction Glyphs
  29. The 819 Day Count
  30. Haab Positions for the 819 Day Cycle
  31. Somewhere in Time:  New Mathematical Methods for the 819 Day Count
  32. The British Monetary System before Decimalization
  33. The Palenque Triad
  34. August, -3113 (3114 BCE)
  35. Mayan Calendar References
  36. A Mayan Bibliography
  37. Mayan Calendar Links
  38. Screen Shots
  39. Bob MacDonald’s Maya Theme
  40. Mayan Theme for Huch Pib
  41. Light Years and Julian Years
  42. Mayadate: Downloadable Javascript to Calculate the Mayan Date
  43. Mayan Calendar Tools
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