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Maya People Calendar
The Maya are Meso-American Indians, whose territories include southern Mexico, Guatemala, and northern Brazil.
By the beginning of the 21st century, some 30 languages were spoken by more than 5 million people.
Many of them also speak Spanish.
These peoples are said to have had great Western civilization before Spain invaded Mexico and Central America.
Their civilizations include agriculture, stone buildings, pyramid palaces, gold and silver works, and paintings.
One of the hallmarks of the Maya civilization is its chronology. Their calendar includes 260 consecutive days and 365 days a year.
They have a long cycle of 18,980 days or 52 years.
The first name of the 260 days is believed to have disappeared over time, and it is said to have been commonly referred to as Tzolkin.
It means a number of days, a series of calendars. There are two sub-cycles in the Tzolkin calendar, the first being a cycle of 1 to 13 days and the second being a follow-up of 20 days with their own names.
The Maya People’s Calendar is divided into 365 days of a year divided into 18 months with 20 days and one five-day anonymous month. These five days of anonymity are considered a sign of misfortune in the community.
According to historians, the longest calendar of the Maya dates back to August 11, 3111 BC. This is the first day of the long calendar.
This day is also said to be the beginning of the great cycle of 5125 years.
The end of the Great Cycle was scheduled for December 21, 2012, but some Ethiopian astronomers (Rhodes Tadesse) have said that it may be today due to the proximity of Jupiter, Saturn, and Pluto.