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The Katunes of Maya history

A chapter in the early chronology of Central America, with special reference to the Pio Perez manuscript

by Valentini, Philipp Johann Josef

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Published by Press of C. Hamilton in Worcester, Mass .
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Edition Notes

StatementBy Philipp J.J. Valentini, Ph. D.
ContributionsSalisbury, Stephen, 1835-1905, tr, Pérez, Juan Pío, 1798-1859, American Antiquarian Society
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF1435 .V15
The Physical Object
Pagination60 p.
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24526535M
LC Control Number04021102

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The Maya never really had a monetary system like we do. They relied on a system of barter to acquire and exchange goods. Sometime the value of goods was based on a certain number of cacao seeds or possibly jade beads Did the Maya have schools or formal methods of education?   The Katunes of Maya History. a Chapter in the Early Chronology of Central America, with Special Reference to the Pio Perez Manuscript. Philipp Johann Josef Valentini.


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From the heading (§8), “Of the Great Cycle of years, or Ahau Katunes,” as well as of the text just quoted, it is apparent that Señor Perez intended to establish the fact that the ancient Maya cycles were composed of 24 and years respectively.

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