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Epi-Olmec Hieroglyphic Writing and Texts

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Epi-Olmec Stela - The writing is called epi-Olmec because it was used by people living in the former Olmec lands, at least some of whom were probab…

Epi-Olmec Stela - The writing is called epi-Olmec because it was used by people living in the former Olmec lands, at least some of whom were probab…

The incised text on Calakmul Stela 51 (F1-J1):

There are also well-documented later hieroglyphs known as "Epi-Olmec", ...

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Isthmian script

Escritura epiolmeca

Isthmian Script - Epi-Olmec Script - Crystalinks

The Epi-Olmec script turned out to be structurally similar to the Maya. It is logophonetic, meaning that one set of the signs, the phonograms, have phonetic ...

Kaminal Juyú Stela 10 Coronation of Limhi -- The Abinadi Story | Book of Mormon Archaeological Forum

Inscription in the Isthmian or Epi-Olmec script on the right side of La Mojarra Stela

The incised text on Calakmul Stela 89 (K1-8).

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The back of Stela C The bars and circles show the Mesoamerican Long Count date of

Silabario Epiolmeca consonante-vocal-consonante y algunas traducciones al español e inglés en el Alfabeto Fonético Internacional de acuerdo a Kaufman y ...

The headband sign with calendar glyphs in Ñuiñe writing. After Moser (

Cerro de las Mesas - Stela 6, from Cerro de las Mesas. Note the

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Detail showing glyphs from 2nd century CE La Mojarra Stela 1 currently located at the Museum of Anthropology of Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico.

... Mojarra Stela 1. The left column gives a Long Count date of 8.5.16.9.7, or 156 AD. The two right columns visible are glyphs from the Epi-Olmec script.

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Olmec writing

Maya glyphs in stucco at the Museo de sitio in Palenque, Mexico

Fascinating Tuxtla Statuette And Its Undeciphered Inscription – An Epi-Olmec Puzzle

Figure 4. Name glyphs of Moteuczoma [TEŪC(TLI)-ZŌMA]

La Mojarra Stela 1

Chiapa de Corzo (Mesoamerican site) - Stela 2, showing the date of 7.16

Mayan Glyphs; 24.

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The royal headband sign in Zapotec, Maya and Aztec writing.

Calakmul Stela 51 (photograph by Frances Morley, courtesy of the Corpus

Summary of previous linguistic proposals

(a) Kaminaljuyu Stela 10 (drawing by James Porter, used by permission of University of California, Berkeley, and John Graham). (b) Upper glyphic panel on ...

Figure *. Two Olmec celts with examples of the headband sign.

Maya script

on signs from La Mojarra, Stela 1

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... Mojarra Stela 1. The left column gives a Long Count date of 8.5.16.9.7, or 156 AD. The two right columns visible are glyphs from the Epi-Olmec script.

Monument 3 at San Jose Mogote. The two shaded glyphs between his legs are likely his name, Earthquake 1.

Strange Tuxtla Statuette And Its Undeciphered Inscription – An Epi-Olmec Puzzle | Ancient Pages

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... 18. La Mojarra Stela 1 Epi-Olmec ...

La Mojarra Stela 1 - Inscriptions in the Isthmian or Epi-Olmec script on the

EPI-OLMEC MESOAMERICAN One of the most amazing thing about Mesoamerican archaeology is that new discovery and theories are constantly appearing.

Depictions of incense burners and incense-burning instruments. (a) Detail of Stela 5 (Schele and Miller 1986:139–140, Figure III.6). (b) Detail of Stela 5 ...

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Fascinating Tuxtla Statuette And Its Undeciphered Inscription – An Epi-Olmec Puzzle

The headband alone (a) as AJAW in Maya Script: (

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Stela C Epi-Olmec ...

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Writing in post-classic cultures[edit]

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FIgure *. Zapotec headband signs. In the third example it is combined with a

Linear B logograms

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Furthermore, the Cascajal tablet shows no resemblance to Mayan or Epi-Olmec writing and

(a, b) as day signs,

Figure 2. Drawing of the hieroglyphs on the back of the bird effigy. The

Mesoamerican writing systems - Monument 3 at San Jose Mogote. The two shaded glyphs between

Stela 2 from Izapa

A vessel from Tres Zapotes' Epi-Olmec period, 300 BCE to 250 CE.

Dispilio Tablet - A: samples of carved "signs" on the wooden Dispilio tablet

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INTRODUTIONZero, written 0, is both a number and the numericaldigit used to represent that AS ...

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Date indicative signs are compared to the Epi-Olmec Long Count initial series glyph from Stela C at Tres Zapotes. San Andres is a subsidiary elite site ...

Maya Imagery, Architecture, and Activity: Space and Spatial Analysis in Art History

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linear A alphabet

Khom Consonants

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Mexica Glyphs; 23.

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Sumerian Pictographs

Finally, there are graffiti scratched on pottery; though their function is little understood, they seem to include owners' names as well as numbers, ...

Nsibidi - The name of a boy called 'Onuaha' as recorded by J. K. Macgregor

Once a conventionalized set of symbols with specific meanings became established, juxtaposition of such could convey more complicated ideas. For instance ...

Epi-Olmec: Undeciphered Isthmian Script Of Mesoamerica

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Khitan scripts

Singapore Stone - A lithograph by James Prinsep of Dr. William Bland's copy of the