Logograms In addition to syllabic signs, the Maya script also has a large number of logograms, signs that represent words or morphemes (basic units of meaning) in the language instead of sounds. The following are a few of the logograms
“Temazcalteci’s themes are health and banishing (sickness). Her symbols are medicinal herbs, health and healing amulets and water. This Aztec Goddess’s name means ‘grandmot…
“Tonacacihuatl’s themes are ghosts, death and hope. Her symbols are flowers and all symbols of death. In Mexico this Goddess’s name means ‘Our Lady of Flesh’. Tonacac…
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Maya Symbol Templates | The Mayan Calendar Portal
A totem column made of a selection of the 13 deities of the Mayan Tzolkin Calendar. Check the link for more templates available at the Mayan Calendar Portal website.