True or False: The Mayan calendar predicted the end of the world in 2012.
Mayan cities weren’t planned very carefully. The expanded naturally… except for a few important buildings that were placed with extreme care. These were...
Which of these was the name of one group of Mayan people?
Which of these was NOT a Mayan beauty practice?
Which form of sanitation was extremely common in Mayan civilization?
True or False: The Mayans are believed to have written over 10,000 books.
What happened to all those ancient Mayan books?
The largest Mayan city was called...
True or False: The last Mayan emperor was named Montezuma.
Which of these materials was NOT used by the Mayans for crafting jewelry?
Our system of mathematics uses 10 as a base number. What number did the Mayans use?
When did the Mayans believe that the Earth was created?
Mayan men were often tattooed, but they would wait to get their ink until after what life event?
True or False: Many Mayans would file their teeth into sharp points.
The Mayans believed that a person automatically went to Heaven if they…
What was the Mayans preferred method of sacrifice?
True or False: The Mayans believed that celestial bodies like the Moon and the stars were literally gods.
The largest Mayan pyramid ever discovered was called...
Which Mayan city is now almost entirely hidden?
Mayans were among the first people to record their history in books. How did they make the pages for those books?
What was the name of the Spanish man who burned many priceless Mayan artifacts, in an effort to erase their culture?
True or False: The Mayans wrote in hieroglyphs.
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