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Maya Civilization Guide - About Archaeology
The Maya Civilization refers to several independent, loosely affiliated city states who shared a cultural heritage beginning about 2500 years ago.
Maya Civilization - About Archaeology
Archaeological sites and studies of the ancient Maya civilizations of Central America.
Maya Lowlands - The Northern Maya Civilization or the Maya ...
The Maya Lowlands are where the classic Maya civilization first arose, located in the northern part of Central America.
Ancient Maya Civilization Classic Era - Latin American History
The Maya culture began sometime around 1800 B.C. and in a sense it has not ended: there are thousands of men and women in the Maya region still practicing  ...
What Happened to the Ancient Maya? (End of the Empire)
It's one of history's greatest mysteries: an advanced civilization in the foggy rainforests of Central America suddenly went into a steep, irreversible decline.
The Ancient Maya - War and Warfare - Latin American History
Early researchers believed the ancient Maya to be a peaceful civilization, but recent discoveries prove just the opposite. How and why did this lost civilization ...
Ten Facts About the Ancient Maya - Latin American History
The Ancient Maya are among the most mysterious of all the lost civilizations. What do we know for certain about these enigmatic people?
Politics and the Political System of the Ancient Maya
The Maya civilization flourished in the rainy forests of southern Mexico, Guatemala and Belize, reaching their apex around 700-900 A.D. before falling into a swift ...
Mayan Civilization and Culture - History and Overview - Mexico Travel
The Maya occupied a vast area covering southeast Mexico and the Central American countries of Guatemala, Belize, Honduras and El Salvador. Mayan culture ...
Timeline of the Ancient Maya - Latin American History - About.com
The Maya civilization peaked around 800 A.D., but it had been around for a long time before that...and is still there today! Learn more about the different eras of ...
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