This is a name list of Maya gods and supernatural beings playing a role in the
Classic (200–1000 CE) and Post-Classic (1000–1697 CE) Maya religion.
Mayan Gods and Goddesses. The ancient Maya had a complex pantheon of
deities whom they worshipped and offered human sacrifices. Rulers were
Jul 7, 2012 ... A Maya god of death whose name is not yet known. He is depicted ruling a part of
the underworld surrounded by the bones of his subjects.
The complete A-Z index of Mayan Gods, Goddesses, spirits, demons, legendary
monsters and other characters names from Mayan mythology in alphabetical ...
In addition to gods being in charge of specific functions or places, Maya gods
appear to have ruled during specific segments of time.
Kids learn about the religion, gods, and mythology of the Maya civilization
including Itzamna, Chaac, and Kukulcan.
The Maya worshipped many gods. Mayan gods could change themselves into
human and animal shapes. Priests performed ceremonies to keep the gods ...
Bowl with images of the Chocolate God Mexico or Guatemala, 400-600, stone.
Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collections Washington, D.C.. CACAO ...
Mayan religion was characterized by the worship of nature gods (especially the
gods of sun, rain and corn), a priestly class, the importance of astronomy and ...
Aztec and Mayan Gods. http://www.sneaker.net.au/docs/encyclo/D6.HTM. Ah
Kinchil. In Maya mythology, Ah Kinchil is the sun god. Ah Puch. In Maya