The Mayan solar calendar was originally known as the Haab. The Haab was 365 days long and divided up into 18 months. There were 20 days in a month, which resulted in 5 extra days at the end of the year. This 5 day period, known as the Uayeb, was considered very unlucky and Mayans took special care to ward off evil spirits during this time.
Imbued with an antique stone finish, this wall calendar measures 10 inches high, 10 inches wide, and .5 inches deep. The piece weighs about 3 pounds and is built with sawtooth hardware for easy hanging. Recommended for indoor use only.
- Mayan wall calendar
- Made of bonded stone
- Measures 10 x 10 x .5 inches
- Weighs about 3 pounds
- Sawtooth hardware for easy hanging
- Indoor use only
This item's design originates from ancient Mayan culture and has been created using manufacturing processes in China. It is a carefully constructed reproduction of an ancient artifact and is designed to replicate the antique style of the original piece it’s based on. With a little help from modern machinery, we are pleased to offer you treasures from the past that can be displayed right in your home.
This item may feature slight variation in color, details, and overall appearance. Imperfections and surface cracks add to the unique artistry of each piece and are intentional aspects of its design.