Mayans religion and beliefs

Mayan Caves: Places of Sacred Rituals
May 25, 2017 – 11:14 am
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ancient Adjective

very old.

anthropologist Noun

person who studies cultures and characteristics of communities and civilizations.

archaeologist Noun

person who studies artifacts and lifestyles of ancient cultures.

cave Noun

underground chamber that opens to the surface. Cave entrances can be on land or in water.

civilization Noun

complex way of life that developed as humans began to develop urban settlements.

commune Verb

to talk to or interact with.

culture Noun

learned behavior of people, including their languages, belief systems, social structures, institutions, and material goods.

deity Noun

very holy or spiritual being.

designate Verb

to name or single out.

evidence Noun

data that can be measured, observed, examined, and analyzed to support a conclusion.

jungle Noun

tropical ecosystem filled with trees and underbrush.

Maya Noun

people and culture native to southeastern Mexico and Central America.

Mohammed Noun

(570-632) founder of Islam. Also called the Prophet and Muhammad.

pilgrimage Noun

spiritual journey or travel to a sacred place.

public Noun

people of a community.

ritual Noun

series of customs or procedures for a ceremony, often religious.

sacred Adjective

greatly respected aspect or material of a religion.

sherd Noun

fragment of pottery. Also shard.

significance Noun

importance.

soot Noun

particles produced by burning a substance such as coal, wood, or oil.

symbol Noun
Source: nationalgeographic.org
Mythology of the American Nations: An Illustrated Encyclopedia Of The Gods, Heroes, Spirits, Sacred Places, Rituals And Ancient Beliefs Of The North ... Indian, Inuit, Aztec, Inca And Maya Nations
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