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Mayan Language Family
The Mayan languages are spoken in southern Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize. Mayan languages include:
Chontal de Tabasco
Greater Quichean Languages
Our Mayan Language Features
Words in various Mayan languages.
Links to Other Mayan Language Resources
Mayan Language Family:
Ethnologue of Mayan languages.
Overview of the Mayan Indian languages, their history and distribution.
Mayan Language Materials Available Offline
Breaking the Maya Code: v The Linguistics of Maya Writing: v Reading the Maya Glyphs:
Phoneticism in the Mayan Hieroglyphic Writing: v Dictionary of Maya Hieroglyphs:
Books on the ancient Mayan hieroglyphic writing system.
Bibliography of Mayan Languages and Linguistics:
Thorough survey of Mayan linguistic studies.
The History of Tense/Aspect/Mood/Voice in the Mayan Verbal Complex:
Book on morphology in the Mayan languages.
Papers in Mayan Linguistics:
Brief compilation of linguistic materials.
Collected Works in Mesoamerican Linguistics and Archaeology:
Six-volume opus on Mayan and other indigenous Central American languages and cultures.
Mayan Language Books For Purchase:
Sales of language materials in various Mayan languages.
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