Jaloj Kexoj and Phi-64: The Dual Principle Core Paradigm of Mayan Time Philosophy and its Conceptual Parallel in Old World Thought
Four Ahau Press (1994)
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|Keywords||Maya calendar Mayas Mathematics Maya philosophy Time|
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