On-line Dresden Codex

The Saxon State Library (Sächsische Landesbibliothek) of Dresden recently posted high-resolution photographs of the Dresden Codex on its website. They are extremely good images, very useful to any student of Maya glyphs and iconography.

To access the on-line images go to the website and click the book icon, marked “zur Werkansicht.”

6 thoughts on “On-line Dresden Codex

  1. Meadow February 20, 2010 / 10:42 PM

    Thanks a lot! I’m doing in independent study on the glyphs and my professor isn’t much help, so thanks for the resource!

  2. shanjani March 6, 2010 / 9:34 PM

    Hi Dr Stuart,
    Just wanted to say how touched I was by watching the movie “Breaking the Mayan Code” and seeing this bright little kid who went to all those Mayan sites with his dad from a very young age, and as a young teen already understood so much about the Mayan “language”. I was very very moved.
    Take care and best wishes from Amsterdam

  3. jackie May 16, 2010 / 11:15 PM

    thanks so much. dont know what really is going to happen in 2012 but i pray with all your hard work and my studying i can figure something out.

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