"AND IT CAME TO PASS" IN MAYAN
Martin Raish reports a passing curiosity. Last spring at the Maya Hieroglyphic Workshop at the University of Texas, the translation of a common glyph was proposed by Linda Schele. The glyph, in the Palace Tablet at Palenque, translates "And it came to pass." Virginia Morell's article, "The Lost Language of Coba," Science '85, March, p. 48, similarly notes that David Stuart translates the first glyph on a Palenque tablet as meaning "it came to pass." These points may be added as footnotes to Robert F. Smith's " 'It Came to Pass' in the Bible and the Book of Mormon," SMI-80, available on the attached order form.