Lords of Time is a 120-page booklet/desk style calendar featuring the ancient Maya calendar system’s 20-day "months" synchronized with standard Gregorian calendar months.
A 47-page introduction graphically illustrates and explains
Maya calendar fundamentals. Featured artwork presents century-old postcards of the ancient Maya site of Quirigua
                                                              by late 19th-century
                                                                 Guatemalan photographer
                                                                  Alberto Valdeavellano.

This calendar illustrates the ancient Maya’s concept of time as an integral force in an animate, deified cosmos, as they represented it in elaborate full figure calendar glyphs. The example at right depicts the interplay of two Maya time deities — god of the number 9 in red and the bak’tun bird (deity of a 144,000-day period) in green. Read as 9 bak’tuns, it represents a count of more than 3,500 years since Maya Creation Day, when the current Maya Era began.

Cover (8” x 8”)

Lords of Time Maya Calendar - © ancientime

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122 pages - $13.00