Mayan Long Count Calendar Calculator

Converts from Mayan Long Count calendar to Western and Maya other calendars.

Mayan Long Count calendar (5200 Maya years period)
1) the first day 0. 0. 0. 0. 0 = Aug 11, 3114 BC (Gregorian)
2) the last day 12.19.19.17.19 =Dec 20, 2012 AD
3) the next day 13. 0. 0. 0. 0 =Dec 21, 2012 AD
Mayan Long Count Calendar
    1. Mayan Long Count calendar
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    1.            baktun
    2.    k'atun
    3.     tun
    4.        winal
    5.      k'in
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Gregorian calendar
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Julian calendar
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Julian Day number
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Tzolkin
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Haab
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1 long count=13 baktun=1872000 days≒5125 solar years
1 baktun=20 k'atun=144000 days(≒400 years)
1 k'atun=20 tun=7200 days(≒20 years)
1 tun=18 winal=360 days(≒1 year)
1 winal=20 k'in=20 days(≒1 month)

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    [1]  2016/08/10 09:49   Male / Under 20 years old / Elementary school/ Junior high-school student / Very /
    Purpose of use
    A better understanding of Mayan culture
    Comment/Request
    Above, it should be "Julian day number" and then just a number, not a number and then "days". Just remove "days".
    from Keisan
    We removed "days". Thank you for your advice.
    [2]  2016/01/28 13:27   Female / 50 years old level / A teacher / A researcher / Very /
    Purpose of use
    Curiosity
    Comment/Request
    All of the Calendars are interesting. Thank you for including them on your site.
    [3]  2013/12/12 02:09   Male / 50 years old level / An office worker / A public employee / Very /
    Purpose of use
    Understanding the Mayan concept of time and comparing the Mayan calendar to other ancient calendars.
    Comment/Request
    One minor typo: "1 long count=3 baktun" (above) should read "1 long count=13 baktun". Change the "3" to a "13". Also note that there was no year zero. According to some researchers the First Long Count date was actually 0.0.1.0.0 (~ Aug 11, 3113 BC) and the Last Long Count date is actually 13.0.1.0.0, December 16, 2013. The day the Mayans dreaded has arrived. We're about to discover the meaning of the Dresden Codex. A giant crocodile spewing out green fire can't be a good thing. Hopefully it's just symbolic. "This page can denote nothing but the end of the world" ~ Förstemann EW. Commentary on the Maya manuscript in the Royal public library of Dresden Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University. Translated by Selma Wesselhoeft, Alberta M. Parker. Publisher The Museum, 1906 Original from Harvard University Digitized Dec 14, 2005, p. 266
    from Keisan
    we changed to "1 long count=13 baktun". Thank you.

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