• End of the Mayan civilization
    Mayan Civilization
    End of the Mayan civilization
  • Rise, Fall
    Human Sacrifice
    Rise, Fall
  • Major religions of Guatemala
    Located Mayan
    Major religions of Guatemala
  • Mayan civilization Videos
    Maya For Kids
    Mayan civilization Videos
  • History of Tulum Mayan ruins
    Mayan Ruins
    History of Tulum Mayan ruins
  • Facts about Mayan Calendar
    Facts About The Mayans
    Facts about Mayan Calendar
History of Mayan ruins
History of Mayan ruins
February 16, 2018
The Kukulkan pyramid at Chichen Itza is a Mayan engineering feat. (Photo: Images ) Related Articles The Mayan civilization, which flourished from 2 B.C. to 900 A.D. and produced the only known written…
What is civilization for Kids?
What is civilization for Kids?
February 12, 2018
Ancient Civilizations The history of civilization is a long one. This sites take you way back into history to see human civilization as it first looked. Ancient Civilizations in General Ancient civilizations…
Aztec Inca Maya Timeline
Aztec Inca Maya Timeline
February 8, 2018
1100 - The Aztecs leave their homeland of Aztlan in northern Mexico and begin their journey south. Over the next 225 years the Aztecs will move many times until they finally settle down at the city of…
Mayan temples
Mayan temples
February 4, 2018
It was long thought that the ancient stone pyramid temples of the Maya were built by their royalty. Now it turns out any number of different factions among the Maya — nobles, priests and maybe even commoners…
Pre Columbian Mesoamerican Civilizations
Pre Columbian Mesoamerican Civilizations
January 31, 2018
Let’s turn to talk about the people. What are the key groups of people or key civilizations of Mesoamerica? There are many, but the three that I thought I’d talk about were the Olmec, the Maya, and the…
What happened to the Mayans?
What happened to the Mayans?
January 27, 2018
The mystery of what happened to the Mayan civilization has plagued experts for years. Now, however, scientists believe that the Blue Hole of Belize may hold the key to discovering what happened to the…
Mayan sacrifice rituals
Mayan sacrifice rituals
January 23, 2018
Early scholars who studied the Maya believed them to be a pacific people who rarely warred among themselves. These scholars were impressed by the intellectual achievements of the culture, which included…
Ancient Mayans Facts
Ancient Mayans Facts
January 19, 2018
Fast Facts Essential Facts Interesting Facts Definition: Mesoamerican civilization of the Maya peoples Location: Parts of Mexico, Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras Origin: 2 BC Periods: Pre-classic period, classic period and post-classic period Currency: Cacao Achievements: Abstract mathematics…
Where was the Incas located?
Where was the Incas located?
January 15, 2018
The Aztecs were the dominant force in the region and were a nomadic tribe that was able to develop a variety of political, religious and social advancements. The Aztecs were able to create a number of crops including beans, squash, tomatoes, potatoes, maize, also known as corn, and avocados. They had…
Religion of the Mayans
Religion of the Mayans
January 11, 2018
Video: Mayan Civilization: Economy, Politics, Culture & Religion In this lesson, we explore the Mayan civilization of Southern Mexico and Central America. A rich and culturally-vibrant civilization, its sudden disappearance from the annals of history have puzzled scholars for years. Chapter 20…
Ancient Mayan government
Ancient Mayan government
January 7, 2018
By Gary Vey for viewzone News of Ancient Mayan Artefacts Since late 2011, a story has been circulating around various websites of a cache of carved stones and clay tablets that were allegedly discovered in an old Mayan temple. These artefacts bare images of classic, saucer-shaped flying craft and the…
Mayan mythology
Mayan mythology
January 3, 2018
Mayan mythology emerged from the traditions and religion of a civilization as old as 3, years from a vast region called Mesoamerica: territories that are now the Mexican states of Campeche , Chiapas, Quintana Roo, Tabasco, and Yucatan, in addition to some parts of Central America . Even though many…
Timeline of Mesoamerica
Timeline of Mesoamerica
December 30, 2017
The term Mesoamerica is derived from the Greek and means Middle America. It refers to a geographical and cultural area which extends from northern Mexico down through Central America, including Guatemala, Belize, Honduras and El Salvador. It is therefore seen as partly in North America, and encompassing…
Aztecs info
Aztecs info
December 26, 2017
SAN DIEGO - 38th ANNUAL AZTEC INVITATIONAL INFO San Diego State track and field head coach Shelia Burrell has announced the schedule and participating teams for the 38th annual Aztec Track and Field Invitational. The three-day meet, which will take place from March 24-26, 2016 at the Aztrack on the SDSU…
Incan Empire map
Incan Empire map
December 22, 2017
The significance of this rotation is much more interesting than a simple factual error. We now see that Hawk Puma s map follows long-standing Incan conventions after all. The explanation is historical. When the Inca expanded into Chile, a mountain pass had taken them by way of the great Eastern society…