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Maya Hieroglyphs are carved on the side of a tall stela at the site of Quirigua Guatemala (.) Thanks Pinterest Pinners for stopping by viewing re-pinning & following my boards. Have a beautiful day! and Feel free to share on Pinterest....

Cacaxtla, Tlaxcala Mexico. Cacaxtla is the name of a Late Classic to Epiclassic (AD 600-900) city in the Puebla Valley, Tlaxcala, Mexico. At its height, Cacaxtla had a population of about 10,000 Olmeca-Xicalanca people. The site is known for beautiful Maya art-influenced murals, and architectural features such as a great platform mound, temples, a granary, and at least nine defensive moats.

Cacaxtla, Tlaxcala Mexico. Cacaxtla is the name of a Late Classic to Epiclassic (AD 600-900) city in the Puebla Valley, Tlaxcala, Mexico. At its height, Cacaxtla had a population of about 10,000 Olmeca-Xicalanca people. The site is known for beautiful Maya art-influenced murals, and architectural features such as a great platform mound, temples, a granary, and at least nine defensive moats.

Mural de Bonampak

Mural de Bonampak

Quiriguá Archeological Park. Located in Izabel, Guatemala. The ruins are dated c.550. They include a plaza around which stand nine ornately carved stelae, ruins of a pyramid, a ruined acropolis and stone carvings that are believed to have been altars. Quiriguá is famous for its 'zoomorphs', depictions of creatures that are part human and part animal.

Quiriguá Archeological Park. Located in Izabel, Guatemala. The ruins are dated c.550. They include a plaza around which stand nine ornately carved stelae, ruins of a pyramid, a ruined acropolis and stone carvings that are believed to have been altars. Quiriguá is famous for its 'zoomorphs', depictions of creatures that are part human and part animal.

This stone carving depicts an ancient Maya man carrying a spear and a spear thrower. Tamayo museum of Oaxaca

This stone carving depicts an ancient Maya man carrying a spear and a spear thrower. Tamayo museum of Oaxaca

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