The Origin of the Mayan Civilization, the First Written Language in the Western Hemisphere, the Collapse of the Mayan Civilization, the Concept of Second Burial, and the Practice of Inserting Precious Gems into Teeth

The Maya civilization is thought to have it’s most early traceable remnants started in 600 BC, in modern day Guatemala, specifically in a region called the Mirador Basin. The Mayan’s perfected the first written language of the Western Hemisphere. The southern Mayan civilization collapsed in 700 AD. It is unclear where the exact cradle of Mayan civilization began, including whether it was in the northern or southern region. It was a common practice of the Maya to rebury the defleshed bones of the...

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