The Wayeb Notes series is an online publication with an official Belgian ISSN number (ISSN 1379-8286). The General Editor of this electronic journal is Christian Prager.
- No. 46, 2014 - H. E. M. Braakhuis
Challeging the Lightnings: San Bartolo's West Wall Mural and the Maize Hero Myth
No. 45, 2013 - Alejandro Sheseña
De Piedras, Incensarios y Glifos
No. 44, 2013 - Arnaud Lambert
Preclassic Maya Representations of Xipe Totec at Kaminaljuyú
No. 43, 2013 - Mario Giron-Ábrego
Un Posible Logograma AKAN en el Preclásico Tardío
No. 42, 2012 - Mario Giron-Ábrego
An Early Example of the Logogram TZUTZ at San Bartolo
The Wayeb Notes are intended to provide scholars with a platform for fast and uncomplicated dissemination of research results from all subdisciplines of Maya Studies. In comparison to other similar publications (e.g. Copan Notes, Texas Notes, Glyph Dwellers etc.), Wayeb Notes is oriented towards concise submissions. However, lengthy or full research papers are also welcome.
The publication of submitted research notes and papers in the Wayeb Notes series is subject to revision by the Wayeb Editorial Board.
The Wayeb Notes series shall reflect the multi-language character of European Maya research and shall give everyone the opportunity to publish research in their own language. Wayeb will therefore accept papers in all European languages for publication in the notes series, although we do ask authors to send us an additional short (250-500 words) abstract in English or Spanish, if their publication is not written in either of these two languages. We would like to stress, however, that research results published in languages with greater accessibility will have wider reception and distribution. Thus, although we accept submissions written in any European language, we would nevertheless like to encourage everyone to submit their papers in English or Spanish.