The signs of the day with their respective coefficients from the first thirteen rows are connected to each of the dates of the month of row fourteen, on each page, forming a complete date of the calendar.

II AhauI OcIV AhauXII Lamat
X AhauIX OcXII AhauVII Lamat
V AhauIV OcVII AhauII Lamat
XIII AhauXII OcII AhauX Lamat
VII AhauVII OcX AhauV Lamat
III AhauII OcV AhauXIII Lamat
XI AhauX OcXIII AhauVIII Lamat
VI AhauV OcVIII AhauIII Lamat
I AhauXIII OcIII AhauXI Lamat
IX AhauVIII OcXI AhauVI Lamat
IV AhauIII OcVI AhauI Lamat
XII AhauXI OcI AhauIX Lamat
VII AhauVI OcIX AhauIV Lamat
3 Cumhu8 Zotz18 Pax6 Kayab
The sixteenth row shows the repeated symbol of a
blade and a hand, which indicate that these pages
should be read form left to right, following the
extended fingers of the hands.
The seventeenth row depicts the signs for the
cardinal points; north, west, south, and east.
The next row displays the signs of various gods:
God K Multudzec, God C Xaman Ek, a god Moan,
and God N Uayayeb.
The nineteenth row depicts a series of symbols
representing Venus. These denote the division of
the apparent revolution of the planet.

2
5
0
=820
2
9
10
=210
3
4
0
=1160
3
4
8
=1168


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