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    Mayan Civilization
    Mayan civilization information
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    Human Sacrifice
    Chichen Itza human sacrifice
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    Located Mayan
    Major religions of Guatemala
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    Maya For Kids
    Mayans History for Kids
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    Facts About The Mayans
    Mysteries of the Maya
Mayan culture and History
Mayan culture and History
November 13, 2018
Early History Pre-Mayan cultures inhabited the Yucatán Peninsula as early as 3 B.C. During the 10th century, a Mayan group known as the Itzáes migrated into the area and built the cities of Coba, Xcaret…
Maya civilization achievements
Maya civilization achievements
November 9, 2018
The ancient Maya built their civilization using ideas they learned from the Olmec, an earlier tribe. The Olmec society was built on agriculture. They established farming villages. They were the first people…
Mayan civilization inventions
Mayan civilization inventions
November 5, 2018
In the previous posts regarding the Maya, I’ve talked about their amazing calendars and infrastructure. In this post I’m going to be briefly looking at some of the remarkable inventions and achievements…
Ancient Inca map
Ancient Inca map
November 1, 2018
Firstly, look at the inca art above for what a puma s head looks like with their important art style. I I am sure I have found a match! It is accepted now by historians and researchers that the layout…
Central American ruins
Central American ruins
October 28, 2018
I love Central America! Surrounded by the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, the slender land bridge of Central America runs from Mexico to South America and is made up of seven nations – Guatemala, Belize…
Mayan calendar gods
Mayan calendar gods
October 24, 2018
Introduction The Mayan calendar, in its full glory, is probably the most complicated calendar based on integer arithmetic that has ever existed. While lunar and lunisolar calendars do exist that are very…
Oldest Mayan ruins
Oldest Mayan ruins
October 20, 2018
Cahael Pech is one of the oldest Mayan sites. We learned that the Mayan rulers would often build on top of what other rulers had already built. So, most of the lower parts of the ruins were the oldest…
Maya dates
Maya dates
October 16, 2018
If a heavy, dark, metal show with non-stop moshpits is what you re after, go see Veil of Maya. The young metal deathcore quartet, hailing from Chicago, have been going strong since 2004, and are considered…
Mayans civilization Timeline
Mayans civilization Timeline
October 12, 2018
History > Aztec, Maya, and Inca for Kids The timeline of the Maya Civilization is often divided up into three major periods: the Pre-classic Period, the Classic Period, and the Post-classic Period…
Mayan religion sacrifices
Mayan religion sacrifices
October 8, 2018
Human sacrifice is the activity of sacrificing people to gods. It has been widely practised in one form or another throughout the history of mankind and still continues, usually in more subtle ways (obsidian…
Mayan History religion
Mayan History religion
October 4, 2018
Archaeologists have found that religion was important in the formation and history of early cities and states, such as the Mayan city of Teotihuacan (pictured), but the shift in religious power from local…
Mayan Religion human sacrifice
Mayan Religion human sacrifice
September 30, 2018
We forbid and place strict sanctions on cannibalism, incest, and human sacrifice, considering they epitomize savage or barbarian behavior. Not everyone or every civilized group has shared our sensibilities…
Mayan civilization in Guatemala
Mayan civilization in Guatemala
September 26, 2018
During a Guatemala trip, visitors will discover a rich, sometimes violent, always fascinating cultural history. The cultural history of Mesoamerica can be divided into three periods: The Pre-Classic from…
Chaac, God of Rain
Chaac, God of Rain
September 22, 2018
Chaac (also spelt as Chac) and Tlaloc are two important deities found in the traditional religious beliefs of Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica. These two deities were regarded as major gods due to the belief…
Facts about the Mayan Culture
Facts about the Mayan Culture
September 18, 2018
Although the Maya are well known for creating a multitude of art—sketches, wood carvings, stone works—they are perhaps best known for their pottery. Driven both by function and aesthetics, pottery became a ceramic canvas for the Maya to tell stories, venerate the gods, commemorate the deceased and much…