Mayan Resources

Resources I have used and am using:
Mesoamerican anthropological photo archive.
Maya Civilization Wikipedia article.
Mayan calendar Wikipedia article.
Mayan calendar scienceworld.wolfram.com.
Mesoamerican calendar Wikipedia article.
Mayan Languages Wikipedia article.
Mayan People Wikipedia article.
Mayan Mythology Wikipedia article.
Mayan E-group Wikipedia article.
Mayan Astronomy from Michiel Berger in the Netherlands who has some nice gif images of the Mayan numbers and much useful Mayan astronomical things.
Ancient Observatories: Live from Chichén Itzá March 20, 2005 from the San Francisco Exploritorium a 2 hour webcast.
Did the Maya think the solar year was 365 days? Maya Calendar
Mayan Calendar.com in the Merida, Yucatan, Mexico
Mesoweb.org
Ballgame.org Winner take all, Mesoamerican godly Sports!
Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies
Place of Mirrors
Mayan Ruins a photographic tour

Ancient Astronomy particularly good to use with Mayan Codex observations and monument astronomical glyphs.
Ancient Scripts includes Mayan!
Python Vuh: Mayan Calendar Mathematics with Python, one of the best!
Gregorian Mayan Date Calculator.

Tropical Year in the Wikipedia everything to do with the observation that the seasons move twice through 1,101,600 days in the 365 day vague year, but which season?

Month in the Wikipedia nothing to do with Mayan considerations directly, but everything to do with calendar considerations in general.

Pre Columbian Society of Washington DC
Dunbarton Oaks, Gardens and Museum.
The Pre-Columbian Society at the University of Pennsylvania Museum

Maya Exploration Center
For faculty, The National Endowment for the Humanities announces a 2006 on-site Summer Institute: "Maya Worlds in Chiapas, Guatemala, Honduras, and Belize" June 18-July 29, 2006.
For faculty, The National Endowment for the Humanities announces a 2007 on-site Summer Institute: "Oaxaca: Crossroads of a Continent" July1-August 1, 2007.

Mayan Kids Site added November 22, 2005.

Directory with pictures I have taken in Tikal, Peten, Guatemala and at the University of Pennsylvania Archeology and Anthropology Museum in Philadelphia and other files I have written and some glyph graphics and number glyphs I am using  in the "Ancient Sky Watchers of  Guatemala, Mexico, Belize, El Salvador, and Honduras, the Maya" planetarium program. 

The Center for Archaeoastronomy
2012 End of World Not, CGP Grey
eplanetarium 2012 : Mayan Prophecies   Houston Museum of Natural Science created a show that discussed the Mayan calendar and the real reason we should learn from the Mayans
Scishow Hank Greene

Last changed Tuesday 10:35AM December 21, 2012 by Dr. Harold Alden Williams.

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