These are the properties of the amaranth, a plant that the Mayas cultivated centuries ago

MÉRIDA, Yucatán, (August 24, 2021).- Although in the current Yucatan the consumption of Amaranto is not common, some studies indicate.

The Maya traded salt as a form of payment 2,500 years ago.

It is the oldest known salt sales record; specialists also found remains of a Mayan.

INAH will open new temples in the middle of the jungle in Chichén Itzá

The idea is to show a place, surrounded by its true nature, located to the.

Names of warriors from the Temple of Jaguars in Chichen Itza deciphered.

The names correspond to the Cocom rulers’ lineage, the millenary Mayan clan of the “vanilla.

Jacinto Canek And His Cruel And Unusual Punishment.

While thinking about a topic for this article, it came to mind the case of.

The Mayan warrior queen who built the longest “Sac-be” in the Yucatán

A ruthless Maya warrior queen may have ordered the building of an elaborate road more.

Chacmultun… the red Mayan city.

Chacmultun is an archaeological site of the Mayan culture located in the south of the.

Did the Mayas disappear? The rise and decline of the Mayan civilization

In Yucatan, sitting at the door of his house, Don Juan Ek Tun watches how.

INAH confirms the discovery of 150 Mayan altars

The altar discovered a few weeks ago in Playa del Carmen belongs to a network.

The Origin of “Yucatán” — Another Theory

On January 17, 2020, The Yucatán Times published an article by Dr. Jorge Victoria Ojeda.

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