Latest Maya Stories
A touring exhibition of Belize’s most prized Maya artefacts has spurred interest in an often-overlooked area of Belize’s growing tourism industry, according to The Lodge at Chaa Creek.
It must have been a time of great hardship and struggle for the ancient Maya civilization. The land was parched and dry as the devastating effects of climate change on brought a great drought. New research has shown that, despite attempts to adapt to the changes, Mayan culture finally collapsed between 800 and 950 A.D.
The mystery of the ancient Maya civilisation’s sudden demise appears to have been solved in Belize, and it’s sparked a growing interest in Maya-themed vacations, according to The Lodge at
Sanctri announced today the creation of a Sanctri, or memorial page, to celebrate the life and legacy of poet Maya Angelou, who died this morning, 5/28/14, at age 86. New
A new study from the University of Cincinnati, however, shows that the ancient Maya might just have been big fans of Facebook.
A big win for both religion and science was announced today when archaeologists announced they have discovered evidence linking the birthplace of the Buddha to the sixth century BC.
A collection of little sayings about enormous things. Bethany, CT (PRWEB) July 15, 2013 Rich Okun uses illustrations of his puppy and inspirational sayings
New book helps readers find answers to complicated question through uncomplicated ways. BETHANY, Conn.
Author draws thematic lines from ancient world to today in ‘Maya in Motion’ MALMÖ, Sweden (PRWEB) June 10, 2013 In “Maya
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