Corn is the one grain that requires human assistance to seed itself.
The Popol Vuh recounts the story of two creators and their attempts to create beings that would provide for them and remember them.
If you notice his skull don't it look elongated?This book is one that you will want to read and reference over and over again.
As with Forest of Kings, this book is packed with detail, and incredibly, referenced stone images on Temples, with the astronomical regions/locations depicted as if looking from... Read morePublished 2 months ago by D. Jansen
IT IS A LARGE TEXT 500 PLUS PAGES OF CONDENCED MATERIAL
ON HISTORY, ARCHOLOGY,ANTHROPOLOGY, ASTRONOMY.
THE BOOK TELLS OF THE MAYA HISTORY TO THE PRESENT TIME. Read more
This book is written by an archaeologist for other archaeologists. It is more a textbook for a course than a general review of the Mayan civilization, religion, or culture. Read morePublished 8 months ago by A. Inderbitzen
One of a series of books on the Maya by Linda Shele and her colleagues. It is insightful, well written and part of an essential Maya bookshelf.Published 19 months ago by Jay Chatzkel
As above so below.This book is outstanding in every way.I will quote:"What is important is that the classic period Maya conceived time on so grand a cyclic scale. Read morePublished 23 months ago by BookReview
David Friedel, Linda Schele, and Joy Parker take us on a fascinating, and almost spiritual journey as they share their voices and experiences on sacred practices and mythology of... Read morePublished on January 26, 2013 by Paulo Ramos
Mayan Cosmos Mirrors Your Creation
I dream of an older woman. She is holding a ball of clay in her hands, pressing and molding it with her fingers. Read more