• Mayan Civilization collapse
    Mayan Civilization
    Mayan Civilization collapse
  • Human sacrifice in Mayan culture
    Human Sacrifice
    Human sacrifice in Mayan culture
  • Fall of Maya
    Located Mayan
    Fall of Maya
  • Mayan Alphabet for Kids
    Maya For Kids
    Mayan Alphabet for Kids
  • Religion of the Maya
    Mayan Ruins
    Religion of the Maya
  • Map of Ancient Maya
    Facts About The Mayans
    Map of Ancient Maya
Present day Mayans
Present day Mayans
August 8, 2020
Today, evidence of this great ancient civilization is found throughout Belize in the form of ancient archeological sites to modern day Mayas practicing many aspects of their impressive heritage. Below…
Important Mayan gods
Important Mayan gods
August 4, 2020
The pantheon of the Maya is a vast collection of deities who were worshipped throughout the region which, today, comprises Yucatan, Quintana Roo, Campeche, Tabasco, and Chiapas in Mexico and southward…
History of Yucatan
History of Yucatan
July 31, 2020
The Yucatán Peninsula has captivated travelers since the early Spanish explorations. Explorers and conquistadores met with more resistance there than in almost any other part of the New World, and this…
Mayan civilization time period
Mayan civilization time period
July 27, 2020
11, The first hunter-gatherers settle in the Maya highlands and lowlands. 3114 or 3113The creation of the world takes place, according to the Maya Long Count calendar. 2600Maya civilization begins. 2700…
Mayan god of rain
Mayan god of rain
July 23, 2020
Natural events of different intensities from the vivifying rain and wet season storms, to the more dangerous and destructive hailstorms and hurricanes were considered manifestations of the god. Characteristics…
Mayan civilization pyramids
Mayan civilization pyramids
July 19, 2020
The most famous single pyramid in Latin America is the Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacán, Mexico. The Teotihuacán was one of the most dominant societies in Mesoamerica; their namesake capital, located…
Modern Mayan
Modern Mayan
July 15, 2020
Researchers began decoding the glyphic language of the ancient Maya long ago, but the Internet is helping them finish the job and write the history of this enigmatic Mesoamerican civilization. For centuries…
Mayan games for Kids
Mayan games for Kids
July 11, 2020
The Maya loved ball games. Ball courts were usually placed at the base of a temple, because all games were held to honor the many Maya gods. Festivals were held every twenty (20) days. Every festival had…
Classic Mayan period
Classic Mayan period
July 7, 2020
Maya had a complex society (Classic period 300 - 900 AD) Most artistic and cultural achievement came about during the Classic period 300 - 900 AD. The Maya developed a complex, hierarchical society divided…
Maya Art and architecture
Maya Art and architecture
July 3, 2020
Mayan Art and Architecture As unique and spectacular as any Greek or Roman architecture, Maya architecture spans many thousands of years; yet, often the most dramatic and easily recognizable as Maya are…
Mayan civilization artifacts
Mayan civilization artifacts
June 29, 2020
Mayan ruins and sites marking the Maya’s fascinating ancient civilization and culture dot the Central America countryside in Belize, Mexico and Guatemala. While Mayan civilization and culture date back…
Civilization Empire
Civilization Empire
June 25, 2020
While it does not need to be quite the super-city of a tall empire, the importance of the capital is just as great. Imagine instead of a city, you are building a city factory. The capital is no longer…
Facts on Mayans
Facts on Mayans
June 21, 2020
Over 101 amazing facts about the Maya civilization. This book contains facts, photos and awesome videos that show us more about the Mayan empire. Five Quick Facts: The Mayans believed that the world was created in 3114 BC, the zero date of their calendar. The Mayans predicted that the end of the world…
Mayans beliefs
Mayans beliefs
June 17, 2020
One of history’s most famous and foreboding doomsday predictions might never have been made, according to a German researcher. His new interpretation of a 1, 300-year-old tablet affirms that the ancient Maya regarded December 21, 2012, as a moment of great importance—but not, as some believe, because…
Aztec and Inca empires
Aztec and Inca empires
June 13, 2020
Well first of all, both the Inca and the Aztec performed human sacrifices to the gods. However, sacrifices were done by the thousands in the Aztec Empire. In the Inca World, it was more like when disaster struck or something unexpected had happened would a ceremonial sacrifice take place high in the…
Mayan Capital
Mayan Capital
June 9, 2020
Tour Itinerary (B) breakfast, (L) lunch, (D) dinner Day 1: Fly to San Pedro Sula, Honduras and drive to Copán. Spend the next two nights in a charming, colonial-style hotel with swimming pool encircled by lush tropical plants, located on the central plaza of Copán village. Gather for our festive welcome…
Map of Incas
Map of Incas
June 5, 2020
Essentially the Inca Trail is a mountainous jungle hike leading to the sacred Inca city of Machu Picchu. The 45km trek is usually covered in 4 days, arriving at Machu Picchu at daybreak on the final day before returning to Cusco by train in the afternoon. The trek is rated moderate and any reasonably…
Map of the Aztecs
Map of the Aztecs
June 1, 2020
One of the most enduring myths, or perhaps the right term is legends, of the American west is Teguayo. To some it is a lake, to others a mythical homeland, to still others a lost city of gold, and to others, an outlandish hoax. We shall examine all of these to some extent in this article below, but first…
Aztec and Mayan culture
Aztec and Mayan culture
May 28, 2020
For centuries the Resplendent Quetzal Pharomacrus mocinno dominated the traditions and beliefs of the Maya and Aztec Indians of Central America. Quetzalcoatl, the cultural force for good for both Mayas and Aztecs, was symbolised by the head of a serpent adorned with the feathers of a Resplendent Quetzal…
Inca Tribe culture
Inca Tribe culture
May 24, 2020
The Inca empire developed between 1400 and 1500 AD in an area which is now Peru. Before the 15th century the Andean region was populated by many different tribes of people. Under the military leadership of Pachacuti and his son Topa Inca, who were Inca emperors between 1438 and 1493, the Inca state expanded…
Mayan culture religion
Mayan culture religion
May 20, 2020
Eocnomy and Society Maya population was in general very small, and very few of the Mayas permanently lived in the urban centers. The central reason for this is the nature of agriculture in tropical rain forest. The Mayas, like others forced to cultivate tropical rain forest, practiced slash and burn…