Aztec numerals
The calculator translates an integer number into the Aztec numbers.
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Like Maya, Aztecs used vigesimal (based on 20) numeral system. But the aztec numeral system was additive, that means the order of symbols was not important and a special symbol was designated for every 20'th power. The following calculator converts an input integer number in Aztec number script.
Aztec numeral symbols
Aztec symbols for twenties power:
 dots for units
 flags for the twenties
 trees for the four hundreds
 ceremonial pouches for the eight thousands. ^{1}
The Aztecs did not have a zero symbol.

Ancient civilizations of Mexica and Central America by Herbert J. Spinden, New York, 1917. p. 201 ↩
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