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Morley's Introduction to the study of the Maya hieroglyphs

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Morley's Introduction to the study of the Maya hieroglyphs

Fig. 21  Diagram showing engagement of tzolk’in wheel of 260 days (A) -- [here labeled with the Aztec term tonamalatl]  --  and haab wheel of 365 positions (B); the combination of the two giving the Calendar Round, or 52-year period.

 
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