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Inca civilization Art
Inca civilization Art
January 19, 2021
The art of the Inca civilization of Peru (c. 1425-1532 CE) produced some of the finest works ever crafted in the ancient Americas. Inca art is best seen in highly polished metalwork, ceramics, and, above…
Ancient America Maya
Ancient America Maya
January 15, 2021
Researchers have verified the authenticity of an ancient Maya text from the 13th century, solving the long-standing riddle of whether the mysterious fragment was actually genuine. The Grolier Codex, thought…
Aztec Empire maps
Aztec Empire maps
January 11, 2021
ORIGINAL QUESTION received from - and thanks to - Radek Koncewicz: Obviously there are plenty of maps showing the Aztec empire, but did the Mexica themselves ever use maps? They had plenty of Amatl works…
Ancient Mayan rulers
Ancient Mayan rulers
January 7, 2021
Not long before his demise in 683 AD, the ancient ruler Pakal ordered what was one of the Mayan s most ambitious construction projects. The magnificent, nine-level Temple of the Inscriptions went on to…
Where was Inca located?
Where was Inca located?
January 3, 2021
If people were to ask anyone who works on uncovering history (such as historians or anthropologists for example) which ancient empire was the greatest, most of them will probably say it is the Roman Empire…
Learn Mayan
Learn Mayan
December 30, 2020
7 September 2010 Culture, Yucatan Survivor When I first visited the Yucatan peninsula in the early 1980s, I was warned that not many people spoke English, so I should be prepared to rely on pigeon Spanish…
Mayan civilization Geography
Mayan civilization Geography
December 26, 2020
The Maya homeland, called Mesoamerica, spans five countries: Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, and El Salvador. There are now indications that the people we call the Maya had migrated from North America to the highlands of Guatemala perhaps as long ago as 2600 B.C., living an agricultural, village-based…
Ancient Mayan religion gods
Ancient Mayan religion gods
December 22, 2020
Archaic cultures known only through archaeology form the common background of the main Mexican and Central American civilizations such as those of the Olmecs, Toltecs, Chichimecs, Aztecs and the various Maya peoples. On the other hand they are certain to have influenced each other in historic times…
Olmec civilization Timeline
Olmec civilization Timeline
December 18, 2020
The Olmec people lived in the regions of Veracruz and Tabasco along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico between 1200 to 400 BC. The collapse of the Olmec civilization is recorded on the Bible Timeline Poster with World History at 300 BC. San Lorenzo was the first center of this civilization, but it was abandoned…
Mayan Earth god
Mayan Earth god
December 14, 2020
Beloved by the Maya of western highland Guatemala, Maximón (pronounced Ma-shee-moan) is part ancient Mayan deity, part Catholic saint, part archetypal trickster. His complex character resonates with ancient religious associations between fertility, virility, the underworld, black magic, and sin. He is…
Mayan civilization environment
Mayan civilization environment
December 10, 2020
Scar: Evidence from the tropical lowlands of Central America has shown how activity more than 2, years ago not only contributed to the decline of the culture s surroundings, but continues to influence today s environmental conditions (remains of Mayan city of Calakmul Mexico pictured) Most popular…
Location of the Aztecs
Location of the Aztecs
December 6, 2020
The Sacred Precinct The sacred precinct at the heart of Tenochtitlan contained, according to one eye-witness, 78 separate structures. Amongst the most important were the Temple Mayor of Tlaloc and Huitzilopochtli, which was flanked by the Eagle’s House (named after its stone decoration) on one side and…
Mayans warriors
Mayans warriors
December 2, 2020
When the Spaniards entered Guatemala they soon realized that unlike the Aztecs or the Incas, the Mayans were not a single nation, and there was no empire governed by a supreme ruler. Instead, they were forced to defeat one city-state after another. Probably, the most organized of these city-states were…
Mayan god of the sun
Mayan god of the sun
November 28, 2020
Ancient Maya Astronomy: The ancient Maya were keen astronomers, recording and interpreting every aspect of the sky. As they believed that the will and actions of the Gods could be read in the stars, moon and planets, they dedicated much time to doing so and many of their most important buildings were…
Where did the ancient Mayans live?
Where did the ancient Mayans live?
November 24, 2020
1) QUESTION: Did the Maya have wars? ANSWER: Yes. Though we know little about how an actual battle would have been fought, but we do know that the Maya waged war. There is little evidence of spear-throwers or bow and arrow and the Maya had no metal for guns or knives. They fought their battles hand to…
Mayan god Symbols
Mayan god Symbols
November 20, 2020
Mayan Symbols of the Goddess Ixchel Ixchel is a Mayan goddess - we know that for sure, but her roles within the Mayan structure of divine rites are complicated. As a community changes and grows - particularly when the collective progress is swift and massive, the gods and goddesses of the community have…
Aztec civilization location
Aztec civilization location
November 16, 2020
Maintaining Important Information for the Aztec Indians The Aztec civilization was a highly advanced and filled with unique customs, a comprehensive language, and amazing technology. The history of the Aztec civilization is one that has long been admired and studied by people around the world. Economy…
Mayan civilization disappearance
Mayan civilization disappearance
November 12, 2020
For almost as long as we ve had civilization, we ve lost it. There are records going back hundreds of years of explorers discovering huge temples encrusted with jungle, or giant pits full of treasure that were once grand palaces. Why did people abandon these once-thriving cities, agricultural centers…
Mayan Jaguar god
Mayan Jaguar god
November 8, 2020
There are many jaguar characters in the mythology of the Classic Maya, and still today. But when you see a spotted animal in Maya art, remember that there are actually five felines: Two with no spots (jaguarundi and puma) Three with spots (jaguar, margay, and ocelot). In rare instances you can find a…
Ancient Mayan Laws
Ancient Mayan Laws
November 4, 2020
The ancient Maya civilization existed for over two thousand years before the arrival of the Spanish conquistadores in the 16th century. The ancient Maya settled in Central America, southern Mexico, and the Yucatan peninsula, and are believed to have been connected to the northern areas of Mesoamerica…
Ancient Mayan houses
Ancient Mayan houses
October 31, 2020
Many Mayan houses were made of perishable organic materials. This is the main reason why no examples still exist. Since 16th-century Spanish conquerors were mostly interested in the social power of the more symbolic religious cultures and paid little attention to the habitats of the common people. Originally…