The history of the mayas indicates the building of some of the cities at various dates from the third to the tenth centuries.
There is no question that such was the case with the brief and bloody revolt of the mayas in 1761.
The mayas constructed excellent and desirable roads all over the face of the country.
We will now turn our attention to the ruins in the territory of the mayas.
The Haitians were probably relatives of the mayas of Yucatan.
The Nahuas on the north and the mayas on the south included the civilized nations.
It was strange, weird, fascinating, this march of the mayas.
The mayas are said to have placed the commencement of the year about the sixteenth of July.
We have already seen that such crosses represented the rain-god with the mayas, and are symbols of the fructifying rain.
Now, although they were said to be nameless days, the mayas gave them names.
1822, from the native name. Related: Mayan (1831).
A Native American people, living in what is now Mexico and northern Central America, who had a flourishing civilization from before the birth of Jesus until around 1600, when they were conquered by the Spanish. The Mayas are known for their astronomical observations, accurate calendars, sophisticated hieroglyphics, and pyramids.