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Mayan Glyphs

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Mark Cartwright
by Kwamikagami
published on 12 February 2014
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Examples of glyphs used in the Maya writing system. Maya glyphs are placed in columns and are read from left to right in rows of two. From the Archaeoloigcal Museum of Palenque, Mexico.

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