In the Mesoamerica culture, the nemontemi was the five days between two year cycles, or between 52 year calendar rounds (xiuhmolpilli in Nahuatl, `New Fire ceremony`). It was also called baldíos (wasted). As appears in the Codex Tovar: Every month had 20 days and at the end of the cycle, adding up 360 days. The five days remaining adjusted the .....
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(from the article `Aztec calendar`) ...believe that the combinations of ruling deities were used for divination. The civil year was divided into 18 months of 20 days each, plus an ...
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