See also: Category:Maya people · Ah Ahaual, a 7th-century captive of noble
lineage recorded in pre-Columbian Maya ...
Despite local differences and more than thirty living languages, the Maya share
cultural roots and the common legacy of an accomplished civilization that ...
Mar 15, 2013 ... Mayan people were dispossessed of their lands and forced to work in indigo and
cocoa plantations. More than three centuries later, social ...
Jul 6, 2012 ... The Maya are an indigenous people of Mexico and Central America who have
continuously inhabited the lands comprising modern-day ...
Jun 14, 2012 ... The Maya, accomplished astronomers and mathematicians, developed one of
the most accurate calendar systems in human history.
The ancient Maya established their cities in the rainforest, played games that
went on for days, and are famous for their knowledge of the stars. The idea of
The Maya today number about six million people, making them the largest single
block of indigenous peoples north of Peru. Some of the largest Maya groups ...
The Quiche people, descendants of the Mayan Indians of Guatemala, need to
hear and learn about their Savior, Jesus Christ.
While the city-states of the Classic period lowlands may have been abandoned in
the tenth century, the Maya people did not disappear any more than the ...
The whole Mayan civilisation simply vanished. The Mayan cities were
abandoned, the people's traditions forgotten and their languages lost forever.