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Mayan Ruins: Caracol is the largest known Maya site in Belize and one of the biggest in the Maya world. Caracol had an estimated population of people. The enormous central core area covered 15 square miles. Credit: Patrick J Endres Places Around The World, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Around The Worlds, Belize Vacations, Belize Travel, Belize Honeymoon, Cheap Honeymoon

Caracol Maya Ruins

Caracol is the largest known Maya site in Belize and one of the biggest in the Maya world. Caracol had an estimated population of 180,000 people. The enormous central core area covered 15 square miles. Credit: Patrick J Endres

Mayan Mask, amazing of ancient civilization. Mayan Mask, Living Puppets, Ceramic Mask, Inka, Art Premier, Aztec Art, Art Africain, Mesoamerican, Masks Art

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Maya Priest | planetFigure | Miniatures

Bueno, aqui os dejo un trabajo acabado hace ya dos meses conjuntamente con mi compañero Paco Sanchez ( http://bycoka.blogspot.com/ ). Se trata de un...

Columnar polychrome anthropomorphic censer depicting supernatural beings. Ceramic, Late Classic period from ca. 650 to about 900 AD, and the Texcalac Coyotlatelco phases. Ancient History, Art History, Maya Art, Maya Civilization, South American Art, Mexican Art, Ancient Artifacts, Native Art, Ancient Civilizations

Columna antropomorfa polícroma – Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino

Maya; Column polychrome anthropomorphic; Ceramic; Late Classic period from 600 to 900 AD and Texcalac Coyotlatelco phases.

Mayan site of Copan, Honduras. Photo: Trude Janssen (a UNESCO World Heritage… Mayan Ruins, Ancient Ruins, Machu Picchu, Mayan History, Aztec History, Monuments, Inca, We Are The World, Roatan

Copan Ruins Artifacts I by Trude Janssen

These photograph are taken at "Las Ruinas de Copan", Honduras. These ruins are considered to be one of the most spectacular city's of the ancient Mayas civilization. The Copan Ruins are located in the western part of Honduras, about 60 kilometers from the border with Guatemala. Copan - known as Xukpi to the Maya - was the dominant Mayan city in the south of their territory. Its rich stone sculptures and intricate hieroglyphs make Copan a main attraction along 'La Ruta Maya'. It was declared…

Shield Jaguar and Lady Xoc, Maya, Yachilan, Mexico, ca. Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Art History, Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Artifacts, Tattoo Odin, Arte Haida, Mayan Cities, Inka

Great Mayan Cities

Stele from Palenque showing one of that city's dynastic rulers I just finished reading Michael D. Coe’s book on the Maya, apparently a standard basic text on the subject and I enjoyed it immensely. The subject is fascinating, and Coe genuinely loves the people and their civilization. His book has gone through many editions, and the one I read is the eighth and latest with a lot of new discoveries and major revisions in Maya studies just in the last ten years. Our conception of the old Maya…

The Maya were an ancient civilization of southern Mexico and the Central American countries of Guatemala, Honduras Belize and El Salvador. ~ Paseo de Montejo in Merida, Mexico Ancient Ruins, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, Art History, Maya Civilization, Aztec Art, Mesoamerican, Inca, Mexican Art

The Maya were an ancient civilization of southern Mexico and the Central American countries of Guatemala, Honduras Belize and El Salvador. ~ Paseo de Montejo in Merida, Mexico

barebackwannabeslut: “The Mask givemesomesoma: Jade Mayan Mask, 600 AD ” Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Art History, Mayan History, Los Muertos Tattoo, Mayan Mask, Arte Latina, Maya Civilization, South American Art

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Jade Mayan Mask, 600 AD. I chose this one plainly on how beautiful the masks of the Mayans really were. This one is made out of the jade stone. I can't even imagine how long it took them with their few resources and how difficult it must have been to get all the little details.

Rattle depicting a goddess A. Late Classic Maya The figurine presents a high-class woman, as denoted by her fine jade jewelry and fashionable, stepped-bang hairdo. She is framed by war serpents that likely constitute a portal, possible one. Mayan History, Ancient History, Art History, Maya Civilization, South American Art, Aztec Culture, Inka, Aztec Art, Indigenous Art

Centuries Past

Maya. Rattle depicting a goddess. 600–800 AD. Late classic Maya. Shared by Edith Cruz