The Mayans culture
The buildings in the mayan culture are mostly old towers and old concrete buildings.
The mayans food can sometimes be different from the rest of the food that we have
the mayans clothing for women was normal a dress and some sandals
this is a mayan calendar but they also used it for keeping track of time through out the day when they needed to go some where.
This is one of the mayans houses. There houses was made out of wood and grass
A time line showing the mayans at bc and ad .
This is some of the mayan men
This is the ancient gods of the mayan people. The gods have a lot of power of people and was very rich.
The Maya Empire, centered in the tropical lowlands of what is now Guatemala, reached the peak of its power and influence around the sixth century A.D. The Maya excelled at agriculture, pottery, hieroglyph writing, calendar-making and mathematics, and left behind an astonishing amount of impressive architecture and symbolic artwork. Most of the great stone cities of the Maya were abandoned by A.D. 900, however, and since the 19th century scholars have debated what might have caused this dramatic decline. The earliest Maya settlements date to around 1800 B.C., or the beginning of what is called the Preclassic or Formative Period. The earliest Maya were agricultural, growing crops such as corn (maize), beans, squash and cassava (manioc). During the Middle Preclassic Period, which lasted until about 300 B.C., Maya farmers began to expand their presence both in the highland and lowland regions. The Middle Preclassic Period also saw the rise of the first major Mesoamerican civilization, the Olmecs. Like other Mesamerican peoples, such as the Zapotec, Totonac, Teotihuacán and Aztec, the Maya derived a number of religious and cultural traits–as well as their number system and their famous calendar–from the Olmec.