Maya Numbers

Maya Numbers

Below you will see ten black and white images representing twenty Maya Numbers. They come from the British Museum Guide to the Maudslay Collection of Mayan Sculptures from Central America printed in 1923. They are face numerals found in Mayan inscriptions, and are thought to represent faces of gods or mythological beings. You can click on an individual image to find find more details about each one of the glyphs. If you find these symbols of Maya Numbers interesting, you might want to take a look at the galleries that have the Maya Hieroglyphs and the Maya Gods. Enjoy!



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