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         Mayan Ancient History:     more books (79)
  1. The Everything Guide to 2012: All you need to know about the theories, beliefs, and history surrounding the ancient Mayan prophecies (Everything Series) by Mark Heley, 2009-11-18
  2. Your Travel Guide to Ancient Mayan Civilization (Passport to History) by Nancy Day, 2000-10
  3. The discovery and possible significance of X-kukican, ancient Mayan site, (Alabama Museum of Natural History. Report 1) by J. Manson Valentine, 1965
  4. Copan : The History of an Ancient Maya Kingdom (School of American Research Advanced Seminar Series) by E. Wyllys Andrews, William L. Fash, et all 2005-06-01
  5. The Mayan and Other Ancient Calendars (Wooden Books) by Geoff Stray, 2007-11-13
  6. Mayans & Aztecs: Exploring Ancient Civilizations by Mary Tucker, 2002-11-01
  7. In the Mayan Civilization (How'd They Do That?) by Elizabeth Scholl, 2009-11-17
  8. The Art and Architecture of Ancient America: The Mexican, Mayan, and Andean Peoples (The Pelican History of Art) by George Kubler, 1975
  9. Mayan Civilization: Moments in History (Cover-to-Cover Informational Books: Ancient Civil) by Shirley Jordan, 2001-08
  10. The Mayan Enigma (Mysteries of the Ancient World) by Constance Cortez, 1997-10-13
  11. Mesoamerican Writing Systems: Propaganda, Myth, and History in Four Ancient Civilizations by Joyce Marcus, 1993-01-11
  12. Everyday Life of the Aztecs, Incas & Mayans (Uncovering History) by Neil Morris, Luisa Della Porta, et all 2003-08
  13. The Mayans (Ancient World) by Pamela Odijk, 1990-02-28
  14. Mayan Writing in Mesoamerica (Reading Power Series; Writing in the Ancient World) by Jil Fine, 2003-08

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2. Amsterdam Maya Projects & Internet Resources
A tour of the ancient mayan city of Chichen Itza with some history and photographs of monuments taken January 1998 ancient Mexico (understanding the system of sacrifice), mayan Sculpture (an archive of Maya imagry), and Palenque (overview, history
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Based on a lithograph "Broken Idol at Copan"
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    Amsterdam Projects Civilization of the Ancient Maya includes the following projects:
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    art project. Maya-Related Projects from Other Schools Ancient Maya Grade six projects from the Penn Charter School focusing on Ancient Civilizations. Topics include: culture, daily life, geography, industry, social organization and government. Other Maya Resources on the Web Mayan Culture Lost King of the Maya : PBS Online The companion Web site to "Lost King of the Maya," a PBS broadcast. The site follows the work of archeologists who are using new excavations and studying Maya hieroglyphs to interpret the early history of Copán, a Classic Maya site in northern Honduras. The website includes activities on reading Maya hieroglyphs and a map of the Maya world. (NB. Certain sections require Shockwave plug-in and Quicktime.) Mesoweb Web site from the Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute includes The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Mesoamerica Life and Death in Ancient Mexico (understanding the system of sacrifice)

3. Ancient Mayan By History Link 101
Links about mayan art, culture, and research, with maps and pictures.Category Society history North America ancient Age mayan......Click Here. ancient mayan, history Link 101's ancient mayan Page connects youto the best of Art, Daily Life, Maps, Pictures, and Research on the mayan.
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This site provides information on ancient languages, such as the language family and pronunciation, as well as the written characters of any ancient language you can imagine.
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History on ancient worlds listed by continent.
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With hands-on activities, color images, and text, this site explores theories as to why civilizations end. Focuses on the Mayans, the ancient city of Copan, Mesopotamia and more.
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A clickable chart of people and events throughout human history. Take a look!
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An archive of photos illustrating artifacts, cave and rock art, and architecture from various ancient cultures and periods.
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5. Ancient History Links
ancient history links for social studies. Over 300 links history of Chinese, Islamic, Indian, Hebrew. ancient Calendars ancient Egyptian, Babylonian, Aztec, Sumerians, mayan
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7. Calendars Through The Ages - Home
history and FAQs of calendars, from ancient Rome to outer space. Including Julian, Gregorian, Jewish, Islamic, Chinese, and mayan.
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8. Kathy Schrock's Guide For Educators - World And Ancient History
A categorized, annotated list of over 2500 sites to help educators, teachers, and parents enhance instruction and support the curriculum. well as mayan culture, history, and astronomy. South American Civilizations. links to the ancient civilizations and
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Black Facts Online

...find out what happened on any day or date in Black history
Camelot Project

...a database of Arthurian texts, images, bibliographies, and basic information
Castles on the Web

...a beautiful site which links the castle resources on the Internet including history and photographs
Charter of the United Nations

...the full text of this 1945 document establishing the United Nations Columbus Navigation Home Page ...a page that examines the history, navigation, and landfall of Christopher Columbus Cybrary of the Holocaust ...a guide to the Holocaust including teaching materials and eyewitness accounts Discovery Channel School : World History Lesson Plans ...curriculum tie-ins with the programs, vocabulary, and lessons to support this subject Eighteenth-Century Resources ...a scholarly collection of items on the Internet related to 18th century history Encyclopedia Titanica ...a site which includes personal information about the crew and passengers aboard the Titanic Gateway to World History ...a site containing the world history archives, links to other online sites, and keyword searches

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11. BBC - History - Ancient - Ancient Apocalypse - Mayan Fall
ancient Apocalypse The Fall of the mayan Civilisation By Jessica Cecil,






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History Ancient ... Help Like this page? Send it to a friend! Ancient Apocalypse: The Fall of the Mayan Civilisation By Jessica Cecil 1 of 4 Mayan ruins Massive drought Conclusive proof Go further ... Printable version The glory days of the Mayan civilisation Mayan ruins The Mayan ruins of Tikal are hidden deep in the rainforests of Guatemala. From the air only a handful of temples and palaces peek through the canopy. The stone carvings are weather-beaten. Huge plazas are covered in moss and giant reservoirs are engulfed by jungle. The only inhabitants are wild animals and birds. But 1,200 years ago, Tikal was one of the major cities of the vast and magnificent Maya civilisation that stretched across much of what is now southern Mexico, Belize and Guatemala. Tikal was home to perhaps 100,000 people. Thatched farmsteads and fields would have stretched as far as the eye could see. The Maya were so stable and established they even had a word for a 400-year time period. The Maya thrived for nearly 2,000 years. Without the use of the cartwheel or metal tools, they built massive stone structures. They were accomplished scientists. They tracked a solar year of 365 days and one of the few surviving ancient Maya books contains tables of eclipses. From observatories, like the one at Chichen Itza, they tracked the progress of the war star, Venus.

12. Ancient Maya History
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The story of the Maya begins during the Fourth Ice Age about 60,000 years ago. At this time the earth's ice caps were much larger than today, glaciers extended as far south as the central United States and no tropical climate existed anywhere on our planet. The so-called tropics were covered with savannah and grassland. So much water was trapped in the ice caps that the level of the sea was lower than today and a land bridge about 1000 miles wide connecting Asia and North America at the Bering Strait was exposed. The first humans to inhabit the Americas came across this land bridge. At first, travel south was impeded by vast walls of ice but gradually, as the ice melted, people began to spread south. It is believed the first humans reached Central America about 15,000 years ago. The first identifiable culture, Clovis, existed around 10,000 BC. Some stone tools dating back to 9,000 BC have been found in Guatemala. Around this time, the Fourth Ice Age was drawing to a close and the climate was gradually warming up enabling humans to begin eating more plants and less meat. This change was underway around 8,000 BC. From 8,000 BC to 2,000 BC the inhabitants of Central America gradually became more agrarian and they domesticated beans, corn, peppers, squash and other plants. During this time there was still no jungle, just savannah and grassland and some trees. Evidence indicates that a tropical jungle climate appeared in Central America only quite recently, after the Mayan civilization was well underway. Towards the end of this period, some recognizably Mayan villages appeared and pottery and ceramics appeared. Some villages had a temple.

13. A Classical Maya News Report--World History/Ancient History Lesson Plan (grades
hieroglyphs was important to the understanding of their history and culture. describesthe deciphering of the incredibly complex, ancient mayan written language
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In Search of the Maya

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The relationships between Maya city-states during the classical period What archaeologists can teach us about an ancient civilization For this lesson, you will need: pens, pencils, and markers scissors paper paints, glue, and tape books and magazine articles about the Maya classical period atlas encyclopedias computer with Internet access video equipment (optional) publishing software (optional) Explain to students that they will explore the ancient civilization of the Maya during the classical period, from A.D. 300 to A.D. 900. This time in Maya civilization was marked by the growth of city-states and by imperial wars between them. Students will then prepare news reports about major events of this period. Events might include a great war planned for a special astronomical date or the capture of a rival king and his city-state. Explain to students that their news reports may be in the form of a magazine article, with sidebars providing background information; a major newspaper story; or an editorial. Students may also wish to videotape a presentation in the style of a prime-time television news show. Although students are reporting on historical events, they should strive to give their news stories a present-day immediacy.

14. Ancient Artifacts--Geography/Ancient History Lesson Plan (grades 6-8)--Discovery
Three of the most advanced ancient civilizations in of South America (a MacmillanContinental history Atlas) by 4. Ask students to choose one mayan, Aztec, or
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Mummies of Peru

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Research artifacts from one of three ancient civilizations: the Mayas, the Aztecs, or Incas Create an artifact representative of one of these three civilizations The class will need the following: Books and CD-ROMS about the cultures and artifacts of the Mayas, the Aztecs, and the Incas Internet access Newsprint and markers Materials to create representations of ancient artifacts (such as paper, poster board, clay, paint, and markers) Begin the class by providing basic information about ancient American cultures:
  • Three Ancient Civilizations: Three of the most advanced ancient civilizations in the Americas were those of the Mayas, the Aztecs, and the Incas. Explain that these empires ruled in different regions of Central and South America until they were conquered by the Spaniards in the 16th century. To reinforce when these civilizations flourished and point out their overlaps, draw a time line on a piece of newsprint that shows the time spans of the three civilizations:

15. MesoAmerican Social Studies Links
I hope it contintues) ancient Maya; Art history Explore the art Astronomy - alsocovers mathematics, writing, and more; Date calculator using mayan time;

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  • Ancient Mesoamerican Writing - nice site with good graphics Ancient Mesoamerica - comparison of the different civilizations that developed in Mesoamerica (Maya, Mixtec, Zapotec, and Aztec) Ancient Middle America (a great U of MN-Duluth website by Tim Roufs - tables and megalinks) Aztec - Civilizations in America (includes Mesoamerica) Definitions Do-it-yourself stela maker Encyclopedia of Mesoamerica - alphabetical topics with photos Governments Introduction Maya Mixtec ... Photo Mayan (note: the links for halfmoon may or may not be working. It seems the site is in flux right now. It is the best site on the web for Maya information. I hope it contintues)
      Ancient Maya Explore the art and architecture of the indigenous people of Central America.
  • 16. K-12 Lesson Plans: Western Hemisphere Countries & Cultures
    Online Interactive Amazing Travel Bureau (Secret of the Maya Glyphs) mayan KidsInteractive Return to Mr Donn's ancient history Page Mr Donn's Site Index.
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    HS/Mr Donn's Special Section: Colonial Mexico (the Road to Independence)
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    Inca Maya Aztec
    Multiple Coverage: Ancient Americas Inca Maya Aztec Multiple Coverage:
    Thinkquest: Incas, Mayas, Aztecs (index of entries)
    Core Knowledge: Aztecs, Incas, Mayans

    An Excursion to Cities of Mysterious Pasts

    Early People of the Western Hemisphere (Maya, Inca, Aztec)
    Orellana and the Amazon
    Maya Maya UNITS (5-7, CK) Guatemala Lessons (Maya) Civilization of the Ancient Maya Mayan Folktales Teacher Guide: Mayan Folktale ... Be Attractive the Classic Mayan Way Online Interactive Amazing Travel Bureau (Secret of the Maya Glyphs) Mayan Kids Interactive Return of the Looted Treasures Lords of Copan ... Welcome to Maya Adventure! For Teachers (inexpensive, quality materials for sale) Units and Reproducibles from Social Studies School Services Inca Expansionism (lesson plan, HS)

    17. Geography World (Ancient Cultures)
    Mankato State University Mr. Donn's ancient history Page This is Mysterious Places- Created by ancient Cultures NetSERF Rabbit In The Moon - mayan Glyphs And
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    7 Wonders in 3D - 7 Wonders of the Ancient World
    7 Wonders of the Ancient World
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    7 Wonders of the World
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    Alaphabetical List of Archeological Sites
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    Ancient Civilizations
    - Early Humans, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, Rome, Archaeology
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    - Egyptian life, geography, Gods, time, pyramids, and more Ancient Egyptian Culture - from Mankato State University Ancient Greek Civilization - from Mankato State University Ancient History - Egypt, Greece, Rome, China, India, etc. Ancient / Classical History - from Ancient India: Indus Civilization - from Mankato State University The Ancient Indus Valley - visit ancient Pakistan. Slide show and more!

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    ice mummies, the mayan kings, ancient tombs and more. From Web Exhibits. The ancientWorld Web Index Extensive collection of links to ancient history sites.

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      • ArchNet - This site covers all phases of archaeology and has links to web sites by location or subject matter. Archaeology on the Net - An excellent collection of resources dealing with the science of archaeology.

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