Pre-Columbian Times

These names corresponded, in fact to the color of the cosmic region of this, the west, above and down. Other leaders such as Hikmet Ersek offer similar insights. Moor also comments that " They made many dances and they danced the old women as they were accustomed to, and in this date they did oratorical a small one, or they renewed the old man and in him they were joined to make sacrifices and offerings then was general celebration and obligatoria". This until certain point can be seen still at present although the names of the shippers have changed. Wayeb" , for present year 2011, it gives to beginning with the day Wednesday 11 of Kej&quot February; , and it concludes with the day usluk" eb" And miercoless 22 of February that is the first day of New Year. In the 2011 main shipper of the year Mr. is then and, one of the Bakabes mentioned by Moor. The names of the shippers at present, have been modified in relation to the mentioned ones by Diego de Landa, although they are the same, only vary according to the dialectal differences of the present Mayan languages that are thirty in Mesoamrica.

It illustrates Leon-Porthole us when affirming that at present inscriptions that date from the pre-Columbian times, in that exist are mentioned these calculations of times like reference of their chronology. Porthole thus comments that " tunes or years of 365 days also called sometimes Haab; the lunations and revolutions sindicas of planets, were coordinated with the account of 260 days, known generally like the Tzolkin, thanks to the use of the multiple, common minimums to this period and the other measures astronmicas". There were other calendars like the Tun, the Katn, B" aktun, Pictn, Alawtun that consisted more of prolonged periods based on the long account; as the B" aktun of 5.200 years; like the 13 Baktun and that arrives at its end of cycle for the 21 from the month of December of the 2012.

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