Glify Majów jako najbardziej rozwinięty system pisma w Mezoameryce

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Boguchwała Tuszyńska

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One of the major achievements of the Maya civilization was an introduction and development of an exceptionally refined writing system. In the history of that civilization, three basic periods may be distinguished: pre-classical (2000 yBP – 250 yBP), classical (250 yBP – 900 yP), and post-classical (900 yP till the Spanish Conquest). It is especially the classical period in which a tremendous development of Maya architecture and art took place. It is also in this period that a growing number of inscriptions were produced, though the first glyphs had occurred much earlier.

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Tuszyńska, B. (2019). Glify Majów jako najbardziej rozwinięty system pisma w Mezoameryce. Scripta Neophilologica Posnaniensia, (18), 293-317. https://doi.org/10.14746/snp.2018.18.25
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Literaturoznawstwo i kulturoznawstwo
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Boguchwała Tuszyńska, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu

doktor nauk humanistycznych, historyk, kulturoznawca, specjalistka w zakresie cywilizacji Ameryki prekolumbijskiej

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