2. The Popol Vuh, Sacred Book of the ancient Quiche Maya
English version by Delia Goetz and Sylvanus G. Morley
Translation by Adrian Recinos
Copyright 1950 by the University of Oklahoma Press
The Popol Vuh, Sacred Book of the ancient Quiche Maya
3. White Feather Forum Bookroom: The Mayans
Maya Astronomy, architecture, culture, art, codices, etc. (links / articles)
White Feather Forum Bookroom: The Mayans
4. Children's Book: People of Corn, A Mayan Story,
written by Mary-Joan Gerson, illustrated by Carla Golembe.
A Mayan creation myth, this tale from Guatemala relates the Maya affinity for corn, which is the spirit of life. In the beginning, Plumed Serpent and Heart of Sky create humans from sacred corn, and to this day they celebrate the event with each harvest, as related in the Popol Vuh.
Children's Book: People of Corn, A Mayan Story
5. Popol Vuh: A Sacred Book of the Maya
retold by Victor Montejo, translated by David Unger, illustrated by Luis Garay
The sacred document, whose stories stretch over several thousand years, traces the origin of the earth and its people and the progression of the Mayans in Guatemala.
Popol Vuh: A Sacred Book of the Maya
6. The Popol Vuh - The Creation Story of the Maya
Includes Maya culture, retion, history, gods, writing, numbers, calendar, resources, etc.
The Popol Vuh - The Creation Story of the Maya
7. Popol Vuh, "The Forefathers" (another version and interpretation)
Popol Vuh, "The Forefathers" (another version)
8. Popol Vuh by Norine Polio (Yale-New Haven Teachers Institite)
Curriculum: Narrative, the Popol Vuh, Bibliography. recipe books, reading list;
Main unit: A drama curriculum based on the Popol Vuh (with characters)
Popol Vuh by Norine Polio
9. Ms. Hos-McGrane's Grade 5 Social Studies Class (Ancient Maya Project)
Social Studies Class (Ancient Maya Project)
10. Ancient Landmarks: The Popol Vuh (traditions handed down by Mayan priests)
Ancient Landmarks: The Popol Vuh
11. Maya Codices (Dresden, Paris, Madrid, Grolier)
The codices (writings) are made from tree bark that has been flattened, covered with a lime paste & folded accordion-style. They are usually written on both sides.