Maya language and hieroglyphics enriched by Babylon 500 BC

Kurt Schildmann (†)

Not even a novum, and by no means a revolutionary insight - due to migration and diffusion of culture: all languages are melting pots, which, differing in time and space, suffered afflux, change, and loss of elements, of articulation, phonetic shifts, of cosmological views and vocabulary by more or less dominant languages. Here is evidence submitted in the case of Babylonian arrivals in Mayaland at the time of Darius the Great.