Sunstone 18 Month Calendar

Author: Stjepan Sejic
ISBN: 9781534303584
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Show off your love for SUNSTONE withoriginal, never-before scenes from the comic, as drawn by artist Stjepan Sejic. 11x22, spiral bound, July 2017 - December2018

Culture And Values A Survey Of The Humanities

Author: Lawrence S. Cunningham
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1337514934
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Properly called the Cuauhxicalli Eagle Bowl, and also known as the Aztec
Calendar Stone or Sun Stone, it shows an 18-month calendar of 20 days each,
with 5 “unlucky” days tacked on to bring the total to 365. The distribution of
months ...

The Aztec And Mayan Worlds

Author: Fiona Macdonald
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 1435851706
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Fiona Macdonald. SUN STONE This massive carving was made to display the
Aztec view of creation. ... This calendar had 360 days, divided into 18 months ...
Every 52 years, measured in our time, these two calendars ended on the same

The Signs And Symbols Bible

Author: Madonna Gauding
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781402770043
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AZTEC CALENDAR The famous Aztec calendar, or Sun Stone, was carved
during the 15th century and is today ... The Xiuhpohualli divided the 365 days
into 18 months of 20 days; the five days left over were used for festivities to mark
the ...

Handbook To Life In The Aztec World

Author: Manuel Aguilar-Moreno
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0195330838
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At the center of the Sun Stone, the wrinkled face of a blond-haired Tonatiuh is
depicted with his tongue ravenously hanging from his mouth in the ... The solar
calendar was composed of 18 periods of 20 days, plus five days called
nemontemi (useless and nameless). Starting from the position of the symbol of
the north and heading clockwise, the Nahuatl names of the months correspond to
the figure ...

Encyclopedia Of Time

Author: H. James Birx
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412941644
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In order to realign the calendar with the seasons, Julius Caesar ruled that 46
BCE, known at the time as “the year of confusion,” would have 445 ... The
calendar is sometimes referred to as the Sun Stone, due to the imagery depicted
on the carved basalt. ... The 365-day count (xiuhpohualli in Nahuatl) consisted of
18 months divided into 20-day periods, with the remaining 5 days known as

Demand For Dignity The Rise Of Organized Labor

Author: Victor Osborne
Publisher: Heinemann/Raintree
ISBN: 9780811438834
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The Mayans used a calendar of 18 months divided into twenty days, with a
nineteenth month of five nameless days, ... There was also a name and a number
for each day according to the month. ft Aztec sun stone The Aztec sun stone is a ...

Religious Holidays And Calendars

Author: Karen Bellenir
Publisher: Omnigraphics Incorporated
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The Aztec Calendar Stone (or Sun Stone) was discovered in the late 18th century
during excavations in Mexico City and ... In this civil calendar, the year was
composed of twelve 30-day months and five days added to the end of the year for
a ...

On Time

Author: Gloria Skurzynski
Publisher: National Geographic Soc Childrens books
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Some calendars didn't rely on the moon at all: The Aztec people of Mexico
designed a calendar that had 18 months of 20 days each, ... The Aztecs carved
their ideas about time and the heavens onto a 12-foot-wide stone called the Sun


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One of the most remarkable and better known accomplishments of the Aztecs is
the Aztec calendar, or sun stone. Divided into 18 months of 20 days each, the
Aztec calendar totalled 360 days, with five remaining days being considered high