So-called end of the world had a start in S.W. Colorado

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So-called end of the world had a start in S.W. Colorado

Archaeologist who excavated Mayan ruins began career here
A photograph of a rubbing of Tikal, the Mayan corn god, hangs in the lobby of The Durango Herald. The rubbing was found in the spring of 1965 by then-Herald publishers Morley and Arthur Ballantine in the studio of Dale Nichols in Antigua, Guatemala. The “end” of the Mayan calendar on Friday is believed by some to foretell the end of the world.

So-called end of the world had a start in S.W. Colorado

A photograph of a rubbing of Tikal, the Mayan corn god, hangs in the lobby of The Durango Herald. The rubbing was found in the spring of 1965 by then-Herald publishers Morley and Arthur Ballantine in the studio of Dale Nichols in Antigua, Guatemala. The “end” of the Mayan calendar on Friday is believed by some to foretell the end of the world.
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