Notes on Certain Maya and Mexican Manuscripts

Third Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1881-82

Author: Cyrus Thomas
Published: 1884
Language: English
Wordcount: 23,792 / 82 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 87.7
LoC Category: D
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Added to site: 2007.01.28
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Genre: History
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Government Printing Office, Washington, 1884, pages 3-66

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imi. 7. Cimi. 13. Manik. 7. Manik. 1. Manik. 8. Manik. 1. Lamat. 8. Lamat. 2. Lamat. 9. Lamat. 2. Muluc. 9. Muluc. 3. Muluc. 10. Muluc. 3. Oc. 10. Oc. 4. Oc. 11. Oc. 4. Chuen. 11. Chuen. 5. Chuen. 12. Chuen. 5. Eb. 12. Eb. 6. Eb. 13. Eb. 6. Been. 13. Been. 7. Been. 1. Been. 7. Ix. 1. Ix. 8. Ix. 2. Ix. 8. Men. 2. Men. 9. Men. 3. Men. 9. Cib. 3. Cib. 10. Cib. 4. Cib. 10. Caban. 4. Caban. 11. Caban. 5. Caban. 11. Ezanab. 5. Ezanab. 12. Ezanab. 6. Ezanab.

13TH MONTH. 7. Cauac. 8. Ahau. 9. Ymix. 10. Ik. 11. Akbal. 12. Kan. 13. Chicchan. 1. Cimi. 2. Manik. 3. Lamat. 4. Muluc. 5. Oc. 6. Chuen. 7. Eb. 8. Been. 9. Ix. 10. Men. 11. Cib. 12. Caban. 13. Ezanab.

Now, let us follow around this outer circle comparing it with our calendar (Table I), or list of days (Table II), which, as before stated, are for the Cauac year only.

As this is a Cauac year, we must commence with the Cauac character No. 31, on the

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