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The use of jewelry was limited to the Mayan nobility while the commoners were forbidden from using it. The  use of Jade was very popular

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Headdresses were an important part of the Mayans attire. Mayans embellished their headdresses with different decorative items such as feathers.

Some wood carvings from Mayan cities have survived to this day and are surprisingly well preserved. This is a typical example


http://mayansandtikal.com/mayan-art-art/mayan-arts-and-crafts/mayan-art-and-crafts-maya-wood-mirror-bearer-6th-century/

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The Mayan apocalypse refers to the claims made during 2012 according to which, the world was doomed to end in December 2012 according to the Mayan calendar.

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Learn About the Tulum Ruins
Tulum is the site of Mayan ruins of one of the last Mayan cities built before the Spanish invasion in the 16th century

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Learn about the Uxmal Mayan Ruins
Uxmal was a Mayan city of significant importance during the 10th century. The city was founded sometime around 500 by the Xiu dynasty which ruled over it for many subsequent centuries

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This article covers questions i have been asked by people on the Mayan Ruins. What are the Mayan Ruins?
Mayan civilisation was extended over three thousand years and is generally considered the longest lasting and the most magnificent civilisation of the Mesoamerican region.

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Mayan Government
Mayans had a sophisticated and well defined system of government which was hierarchical in nature. At the top of this hierarchy was the king who enjoyed virtually unlimited power as he was considered not just the political authority but also the religious figurehead.

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Mayan Farming
Mayans lived in a region which wasn’t very hospitable to agriculture. Yet they subsisted entirely on their agricultural produce. To accomplish this, Mayans implemented many innovative methods and undertook many measures in order to ensure that they could grow enough crops each year.

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Mayan prophecy
Mayans were expert astronomers who kept a close watch at the movement of celestial bodies. Thanks to their vast knowledge of astronomy, they were able to create a minutely detailed and accurate calendar which comprised of multiple cycles. Among these was the Long Count calendar which Mayans used to measure dates thousands of years in the past or future.
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