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Acalan (Chontal Maya: Tamactun, Nahuatl: Acallan) was a Chontal Maya region in what is now southern Campeche, Mexico. Its capital was Itzamkanac. The people of Acalan were called Mactun in the Chontal Maya language.
- Ciudad Ruiz, Andrés (2001). "Tamactún-Acalán: interpretación de una hegemonía política maya de los siglos XIV-XVI". Journal de la société des américanistes, 87: 9–38.
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