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Team A Presentation

Team presentation for week 4 Maya Calendar

Mark George

on 5 February 2013

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Transcript of Team A Presentation

Maya Proclamation and the
Media Effects on the End of the World How This Came to Be? Tzolk’in calendar also known as the Mayan cycle:
Measured 260 days
Tracking of religious holidays
Haab calendar also known as the Venus
360 days with 5 unnamed days
The Maya Long Count Cycle
Ability to track thousands of years
187,000 days or 5125.36 years February 4th, 2013
Team A:
Nathaniel Hill
Jerrose Pugoy
Mark George The History of the Maya People Indigenous people living in Mesoamerica over 2600 BC
One of the first known civilizations
The first Columbian-American Mayan language developed written system for math
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