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Maya Daykeeping: Three Calendars from Highland Guatemala

@inproceedings{Weeks2009MayaDT,
  title={Maya Daykeeping: Three Calendars from Highland Guatemala},
  author={John M. Weeks and Frauke Sachse and Christian Prager},
  year={2009}
}

El sistema de correlaciones de los calendarios mayas clásico y k'iche'

Pocos problemas relacionados con el estudio de la cultura maya han ocasionado tanta confusión y discusión académica, y han demostrado ser tan persistentes en el último siglo, como el asunto de la

CYCLES OF DEATH AND REBIRTH IN MESOAMERICAN CULTURAL ASTRONOMY AND THE CALENDAR

Abstract “Mesoamerican Cultural Astronomy and the Calendar” is a Special Section including articles that explore portions of Mesoamerica where astronomy and calendars were studied by Indigenous

A Complete Bibliography of Publications in Isis, 2000{2009

accademiche [38]. Ada [45]. Adrian [45]. African [56]. Age [39, 49, 61]. Al [23]. Al-Rawi [23]. Aldous [68]. Alex [15]. Allure [46]. America [60, 66]. American [49, 69, 61, 52]. ancienne [25].

Back to the future for predicting the past : Cuchcabal-Batabil-Cuchteel and May ritual political structures across archaeological landscapes, in ethnohistoric texts, and through cosmological time

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Books received

The diversity of our discipline continues to astonish. Call yourself an archaeologist, and you could do any of these things: wonder what mitigation is about while on a wet watching brief, contemplate

Books Received

  • History
    Current Anthropology
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Australia, Asia, Africa, and the Americas and his principles and practices of acquisition. Part 5, “Perspectives of Museum Collections,” discusses didactic issues of museum anthropology with regard

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The seventeenth century

When the first women stepped onto a public English stage in the early seventeenth century the Puritan William Prynne complained, ‘they have now their female-players in Italy, and other foreign parts