British Museum’s Maya Collection now On-Line!

October 24, 2019

The British Museum has digitized a big part of their extensive Maya collection, and put ~some~ of it on-line for us to look at.

Here are some LINKS to click, to check out some of it:

Guatemalan Maya Masks & Stelae:
(They get especially cool about 7 slides into the show)
https://artsandculture.google.com/exhibit/guatemalan-masks/BwIyWmZyU4NhKA

Maya Collection Image


Untangling Maya Glyphs & Maya Codices … Learning to read dates, names & events:

https://artsandculture.google.com/exhibit/untangling-maya-glyphs/pgJilqaqtBwwIw

A Brief History of the British Museums Maya Collection:
https://artsandculture.google.com/exhibit/the-ancient-maya-at-the-british-museum/FQKC3cwFgTgbKA

Maya Collection Image2

The British Museums official Maya Collection Website:
https://www.britishmuseum.org/research/research_projects/preserving_maya_heritage.aspx

Enjoy !!
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1 Response to British Museum’s Maya Collection now On-Line!

  1. norm says:

    eccentric flints: They are interesting because they show trade routes. The last slide in the third link looks like flint from the San Ignacio Belize area. Orangewalk Belize has a type of banded flint that is displayed in the Archaeological museum in Merida.

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