The Aztec Calendar. Fabiola Cortes-Villena Literature and Science April 29 th , 2002 (Also available on the web at http://fabiolacortes.tripod.com/calendar.html). Sun Stone. Weighs 25 tons, has a diameter of just under 12 feet, and a thickness of 3 feet. Carved in 1479.
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Literature and Science
April 29th, 2002
(Also available on the web at http://fabiolacortes.tripod.com/calendar.html)
Mexica Sunstone. 1996. http://www.geocities.com/a1ma_mia/sunstone/
Montalvo, Fanya S. The Aztec Calendar. 1995. http://www.ai.mit.edu/people/montalvo/Hotlist/aztec.html
Richards, E. G. Mapping Time: The Calendar and its History. Oxford University Press: New York, 1998. 186-195
The system of the Tonalpohualli.http://www.artcamp.com.mx/AZ/9.html
Voorburg, René. The Aztec Calendar. http://www.azteccalendar.com/