Mayan Calendar Calculations Many thanks to Richard Zapien for contibuting this lesson. Teacher Background: The Maya calendar is based on two separate pairs of wheels, together known as the Calendar Round, both tied to a linear paper aeroplane designs for kids
of days, called the Long Count, whose zero point is an unknown photosmart 7150 manual event that occurred on August 13, 3114 BC. That date, incidentally, is well before the beginnings of any advanced cultures in the region. The Maya themselves regarded the zero date as only the latest in an infinite series of such zero dates, repeating every five thousand years or so (guess when the next one is. The second Calendar Round sequence, (not included as part of this lesson) the Haab, is 365 days long and consists of 18 months of 20 days each, plus one 750 of five days. The Haab goes photosmart 7150 manual
photosmarr 1Pohp, 2 Wo, 3 Sip, and so on.