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Rabbit in the Moon: Mayan Glyphs and Architecture

This site offers a wealth of materials on the Mayan language, culture, and architecture. Users can learn the semantic and grammatical principles of Mayan hieroglyphic writing, listen to the pronunciation of Mayan vowels and consonants, examine Mayan architecture using virtual reality applications, study Mayan calendary as well as access texts, classes, meetings, and organizations devoted to studying Mayan civilization. The site is searchable and written in a conversational but highly informative style. We advise those who might be put off by some of the more "new age" features, such as ordering your own T-shirt with your name in Mayan, to simply bypass these smaller portions of the site and go directly to the more educational material. The site is maintained by amateur Mayan scholar Nancy McNelly.
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1999-11-02
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2003-04-07 11:44:32
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2003-04-07 11:44:32
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