Tag Archives: Mayans

“New” Mayan art contradicts 2012 deadline

Good news for those who might have been worried: archeologists in Guatemala have announced the discovery of a mural there that suggests the earth’s inhabitants still have another 7000 years to prosper. Working with epigrapher David Stuart and archaeologist and … Continue reading

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Mayan calendar possibly “misinterpreted”

Maybe by 50 to 100 years, according to a new book called Calendars and Years II: Astronomy and Time in the Ancient and Medieval World. Gerardo Aldana, an associate professor at the Univ. of California at Santa Barbara focused on … Continue reading

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Mayans planned obstacle course for after-death excitement.

I like finding out new stuff about Mayans. They’re eternally popular, aren’t they? What group in the world today would interest future archeologists half as much? In an article posted on AOL it’s reported that some old documents from the … Continue reading

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