• Mayan civilization fall
    Mayan Civilization
    Mayan civilization fall
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    Human Sacrifice
    Chichen Itza human sacrifice
  • Information about Maya
    Located Mayan
    Information about Maya
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    Maya For Kids
    Mayan clothing for Kids
  • Mayan ruins Mexico history
    Mayan Ruins
    Mayan ruins Mexico history
  • Mysteries of the Maya
    Facts About The Mayans
    Mysteries of the Maya
Mayan culture map
Mayan culture map
March 17, 2019
Deep within the jungles of Mexico and Guatemala and extending into the limestone shelf of the Yucatan peninsula lie the mysterious temples and pyramids of the Maya. While Europe was still in the midst…
Ancient Maya - Geography
Ancient Maya - Geography
March 13, 2019
Photograph by Sabrina Simōn The 2011 team stands outside the limestone depression that leads to Aktun Kuruxtun. Back row, from left to right: Jonathan Pagliaro, archaeologist; Lindsey Weeks, archaeologist;…
Mayan Kids
Mayan Kids
March 9, 2019
Tikal was a major city of the Maya. At least 10, people lived within its six square miles. The maps show 3 temples, palaces, shrines, ceremonial platforms, residences, ball courts, terraces and plazas…
Mayan Empire for Kids
Mayan Empire for Kids
March 5, 2019
Nobody knows where they came from, but about 2, 400 years ago, a new tribe appeared in Central America. They settled in the rainforests of the Yucatan Peninsula. They were very clever people. They set…
Aztec and Mayan gods
Aztec and Mayan gods
March 1, 2019
QUESTION: Aztec Mayan Gods - What role did the legends of the Mayan-Aztec gods play in the creation of the world? ANSWER: According to the Aztecs, the world and man were created several times, with a cataclysmic…
Mayan civilization architecture
Mayan civilization architecture
February 25, 2019
Some of the more important Maya city-states were Tikal, Dos Pilas, Calakmul, Caracol, Copán, Quiriguá, Palenque, Chichén Itzá and Uxmal (there were many others). Although every Maya city is different, they tended to share certain characteristics, such as general layout. Layout of Maya Cities: Maya tended…
Aztec Mayan and Inca
Aztec Mayan and Inca
February 21, 2019
What happened to the Aztecs, Maya, and Inca? The great civilizations of Mexico and of Central and South America faced many internal conflicts at the start of the sixteenth century. But their troubles became far greater when the first Spanish explorers arrived. In 1519, Hernando Cortés landed on the Gulf…
Mayan rituals and Ceremonies
Mayan rituals and Ceremonies
February 17, 2019
Overview of the Mayan Fire Ceremony Many of us are mesmerized by fire, and as we spiritually mature, we must ask why. Fire ceremonies are the center of all spiritual practices and common among all ancient and native cultures. A fire ceremony is the most powerfully transformative of all rituals. Each…
Tulum Mexico history
Tulum Mexico history
February 13, 2019
A singular visual scheme defines the precariousness of Tulum: abandoned yards, old tires, trash, a few chickens or dogs running around, and the smell of excrement. Blue, red, pink, purple, violet garments hang from clotheslines in the yards lending movement and structure to these apparently disordered…
What did the Mayans build?
What did the Mayans build?
February 9, 2019
The Maya were divided into kingdoms, each of which had a city and a ruler, who acted as war leader, lawmaker, and chief priest. After 900 Mayan civilization declined, possibly because their farming methods led to exhausted fields and failing crops. WHY DID THE MAYA BUILD PYRAMIDS? Pyramids were the largest…
Mayan sculptures of gods
Mayan sculptures of gods
February 5, 2019
The art of the Maya, is a reflection of their lifestyle and culture Obsidian, bone, shells, Jade and stone, clay and stucco models, and terracotta figurines from molds. The technical process of metal working was also highly developed but as the resources were scarce, they only created ornaments in this…
Time period of Mayan civilization
Time period of Mayan civilization
February 1, 2019
The above time chart is an adaptation of the time line shown in Michael Coe s The Maya. It shows only items relevant to the northern Maya culture, the region where Uxmal and Chichén Itzá are found. For this reason the time period covered has also been shortened, as the northern Yucatán was the latest…
Maya period
Maya period
January 28, 2019
Tracking periods is now fun and easy! Maya is an easy and fun to use period tracker (menstrual cycle calendar). Use Maya to track your periods, related symptoms, mood swings and your overall health. FEATURES - Period / menstrual phases in intuitive color codes - Automatic and accurate prediction of fertility…
Mayan Fire god
Mayan Fire god
January 24, 2019
He does like his sacrifices. If blood was tomato sauce he would be the Ketchup King. GodNote: Sorry this Tohil article is a bit short. We have sent our Data Dwarves off to find more nuggets of information. Updates coming soon. TOHIL FACTS AND FIGURES Name : TOHIL Pronunciation : Coming soon Alternative…
Beginning of Civilizations
Beginning of Civilizations
January 20, 2019
Hendrik Willem van Loon (January 14, 1882 – March 11, 1944) was a Dutch-American historian and journalist. Born in Rotterdam, he went to the United States in 1903 to study at Cornell University. He was a correspondent during the Russian Revolution of 1905 and in Belgium in 1914 at the start of World…