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Nevermind the Apocalypse: Earliest Mayan Calendar Found
By Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience Senior Writer | LiveScience.com – Thu, May 10, 2012
http://news.yahoo.com/nevermind-apocalypse-earliest-mayan-ca...

The oldest-known version of the ancient Maya calendar has been discovered adorning a lavishly painted wall in the ruins of a city deep in the Guatemalan rainforest....

....The Maya recorded time in a series of cycles, including 400-year chunks called baktuns. It's these baktuns that have led to rumors of an end-of-the-world catastrophe on Dec. 21, 2012 — on that date, a cycle of 13 baktuns will be complete. But the idea that this means the end of the world is a misconception, Stuart said. In fact, Maya experts have known for a long time that the calendar doesn't end after the 13th baktun. It simply begins a new cycle. And the calendar encompasses much larger units than the baktun.....

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