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Tikal Mayan civilization
Tikal Mayan civilization
February 24, 2021
The ancient Maya city of Tikal, in modern-day Guatemala, flourished between roughly 600 B.C. and A.D. 900. Starting out as a modest series of hamlets, it would become a great Maya city-state with more…
Maya civilization government
Maya civilization government
February 20, 2021
The Maya were a pre-Columbian civilization that are known for their fully developed written language and advanced astronomical understanding. They are also known for the Maya long-count calendar that is…
Ancient Aztec map
Ancient Aztec map
February 16, 2021
1847 Disturnell Map may show us that the Aztecs did not Migrate North, but Migrated South. Map shows us that the Aztecs once lived north of Hopi tribeThe map is connected to the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe…
Incas region
Incas region
February 12, 2021
Villagers in Cuzco, Peru, dressed in colorful shawls, or chompas, mingle with city-folk and tourists during a festival.. Credit: Jesse Lewis The Inca Empire was a vast empire that flourished in the Andean region of South America from the early 15th century A.D. up until its conquest by the Spanish in…
Where were the Mayans?
Where were the Mayans?
February 8, 2021
The Mayans society left behind many artifacts that show us just how advanced the culture was. They were hunters and farmers, as well as artists and scientists. The artwork of the Mayans was rich, ornate and detailed. The details on the people s buildings were made with stone and stucco, though many of…
Where was the Aztecs located?
Where was the Aztecs located?
February 4, 2021
An ancient Aztec pyramid in Mexico. (Photo: Images ) Related Articles Mexico has been home to many different cultures and civilizations through the centuries, including the Aztec. The Aztec Empire rose in the 13th century and flourished in central Mexico. Most of the ancient Aztec sites are located in…
Aztec Culture History
Aztec Culture History
January 31, 2021
This is a specific subject page, dealing exclusively with, or primarily with, the subject in the title. Because of need, there are many such pages at RHWW: usually, but not always, linked to primary pages. For those in a hurry, they enable a quick summary of many important subjects. The menu for these…
Mayan hieroglyphics for Kids
Mayan hieroglyphics for Kids
January 27, 2021
The Maya had two kinds of calendars, a religious calendar called the Tzolk in and a solar calendar called the Haab . Every 52 years the two calendars would start on the same day. They would celebrate the New Fire Festival on this day (El Fuego Nuevo). All the fires throughout their households would be…
Map of Aztec civilization
Map of Aztec civilization
January 23, 2021
Most people today are somewhat familiar with the Aztec empire. But it may surprise you to know that there is a great deal of disagreement over what kind of an empire it really was. This Aztec empire history may surprise you. Of course, even the term Aztec is a bit misleading. It s a name that is used…
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 all, textiles, with the last being considered the most prestigious by the Incas themselves. Designs…
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 to have been uncovered by looters in the 1960s, has long been treated with suspicion by archaeologists…
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 and a large empire that needed to be traversed on foot, were maps something they came to use as well?…
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 house his body for centuries, but it was the intricate stone carvings found in the tomb that have inspired…
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. Initiating in 27 BC and lasting up to around 285 to 395 AD, the Roman Empire dominated most of…
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 and well-honed charade skills. Unfortunately, I found that the reality was actually worse: if you…
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…