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20/12/2012 18:49Posted by SteákNot the end, just the beginning of a new "age" according to the mayans
20/12/2012 19:02Posted by JonníEven if the Mayans did count leap years and have the same time and date recording methods as what we have today (they often recorded time by looking at the sky,
NO NO NO NO NO! The Mayans did not use any sort of celestial events (earth going around sun, moon going around earth) to count the days!
20/12/2012 20:50Posted by VerynaThe Mayans actually had three calendars, the first of which *is* based solely on observations of an annual Solar cycle. However, this Haab Calendar (the, so called Civil Calendar) was secondary to both the Tzolkin (Calendar of Relgious Observations) and the Baktun (Long Count) calendar, which is really the one causing all the fuss.
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