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Deciphering Maya hieroglyphs

Jones, Christopher

Deciphering Maya hieroglyphs

by Jones, Christopher

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Published by University Museum, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mayan languages -- Writing.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 75-78.

    StatementChristopher Jones ; illustrated by Carl P. Beetz.
    ContributionsBeetz, Carl P., 1953-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF 1435.3 P6 J76 1984
    The Physical Object
    Pagination78 leaves :
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21576445M

    This is a thorough revision of the successful Second Edition and includes both Aztec and Maya areas in one volume. It covers the period from the European settling of the New World to the Spanish Conquest of Mexico in , as well as the deciphering of Maya hieroglyphs that reveal dynastic history, and recent discoveries and excavations at Rio Azul and Naj Tunich in Guatemala, Caracol in. Most of the pervious attempts at deciphering the Mayan hieroglyphic texts, aside from attempts based on the Landa alphabet, have centred on an analysis of the three extant Maya codices in Madrid, Dresden and Paris. A number of factors speak against taking these texts as a point of departure for deciphering the Mayan hieroglyphs. 1.

      This comprehensive guide to deciphering Maya hieroglyphs contains a complete outline of the writing, presenting individual signs and their meanings, the script's grammatical structure and content, and explanations of the sophisticated Maya calendrical and mathematical :   Mark Van Stone explains how Maya hieroglyphs are constructed, by writing a modern name in phonetic glyphs. Dr. Van Stone is an expert decipherer and calligrapher; author of " - .

      The study of Maya glyphs has long been an arcane subject known only to a few specialists. This book will change that. Taking advantage of the great strides scholars have made in deciphering hieroglyphs in the past four decades, Translating Maya Hieroglyphs brings this knowledge to a broader audience, including archaeologists and budding Pages: Breaking the Maya Code by Michael D. Coe. Thames & Hudson, NOVA's "Cracking the Maya Code" was based on this book. Reading the Maya Glyphs by Michael D. Coe and Mark Van Stone. Thames & Hudson, Dictionary of Maya Hieroglyphs by John Montgomery. Hippocrene Books, Handbook to Life in the Ancient Maya World by Lynn V. Foster.


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Maya Glyphic Writing: introduction. The Maya script is a logosyllabic system in which some signs called logograms represent words or concepts (like “shield” or “jaguar”) while other signs called syllabograms (or phonograms) represent sounds in the form of single syllables (like “pa”, “ma”).

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