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The Mayan civilization was one of the most advanced and mysterious ancient societies in the world

Choose from 2,142 items in our Mayan Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts


Mayan Gallery: Codex Troano - 1
Codex Troano - 1
Mayan Gallery: Palenque Xtraterrestrial
Palenque Xtraterrestrial
Mayan Gallery: Mayan ruins, Xunantunich, San Ignacio, Belize, Central America
Mayan ruins, Xunantunich, San Ignacio, Belize, Central America
Mayan Gallery: Dresden Codex
Dresden Codex
Mayan Gallery: MEXICO: TULUM, 1844. The castle at the Mayan ruins of Tulum on the Yucatan Pensinsula
MEXICO: TULUM, 1844. The castle at the Mayan ruins of Tulum on the Yucatan Pensinsula
Mayan Gallery: Page from the Dresden Codex, Maya manuscript
Page from the Dresden Codex, Maya manuscript
Mayan Gallery: Tulum beach and ancient Mayan site of Tulum, Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico, North America
Tulum beach and ancient Mayan site of Tulum, Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico, North America
Mayan Gallery: Tulum, Mexico
Tulum, Mexico
Mayan Gallery: Castillo, Xunantunich Mayan Ruins, near San Ignacio, Belize, Central America
Castillo, Xunantunich Mayan Ruins, near San Ignacio, Belize, Central America
Mayan Gallery: Mayan and other pre-Columbian artifacts
Mayan and other pre-Columbian artifacts
Mayan Gallery: Frieze on the 130ft high El Castillo, Xunantunich Ruins, San Ignacio, Belize
Frieze on the 130ft high El Castillo, Xunantunich Ruins, San Ignacio, Belize
Mayan Gallery: Mayan textiles for sale, Panajachel, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, Central America
Mayan textiles for sale, Panajachel, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala, Central America
Mayan Gallery: Detail of a Stela, Mayan archaeological site, Tikal, UNESCO World Heritage Site
Detail of a Stela, Mayan archaeological site, Tikal, UNESCO World Heritage Site
Mayan Gallery: Mayan ruins of Tulum
Mayan ruins of Tulum
Mayan Gallery: Statue of Chac-Mool
Statue of Chac-Mool
Mayan Gallery: Temple II, Mayan archaeological site
Temple II, Mayan archaeological site
Mayan Gallery: Tulum beach and El Castillo temple at ancient Mayan site of Tulum, Tulum
Tulum beach and El Castillo temple at ancient Mayan site of Tulum, Tulum
Mayan Gallery: Palace of Labna, Mayan ruins, Labna, Yucatan, Mexico, North America
Palace of Labna, Mayan ruins, Labna, Yucatan, Mexico, North America
Mayan Gallery: El Castillo, Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico, North America
El Castillo, Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico, North America
Mayan Gallery: El Castillo (the Castle) at the Mayan ruins of Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico, North America
El Castillo (the Castle) at the Mayan ruins of Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico, North America
Mayan Gallery: Carvings of skulls on the Tzompantli
Carvings of skulls on the Tzompantli
Mayan Gallery: TIKAL: MAYAN INSCRIPTION. Canoe scene inscribed on an animal bone in the burial
TIKAL: MAYAN INSCRIPTION. Canoe scene inscribed on an animal bone in the burial
Mayan Gallery: Mayan Step Pyramid and Temple Ruins, Uxmal
Mayan Step Pyramid and Temple Ruins, Uxmal
Mayan Gallery: Mayan temple
Mayan temple
Mayan Gallery: Close-up of Mayan statue, stelae B dating from 731 AD depicting Rabbit 18
Close-up of Mayan statue, stelae B dating from 731 AD depicting Rabbit 18
Mayan Gallery: Facsimile copy of a page of the Dresden Codex (pen & ink on paper) (see also 82558)
Facsimile copy of a page of the Dresden Codex (pen & ink on paper) (see also 82558)
Mayan Gallery: Illustration of people, customs, artefacts, monuments from ancient civilisations
Illustration of people, customs, artefacts, monuments from ancient civilisations
Mayan Gallery: View of Tikal temples in the forest at sunrise
View of Tikal temples in the forest at sunrise
Mayan Gallery: Mexico, Chichen Itza, Stone snake head
Mexico, Chichen Itza, Stone snake head
Mayan Gallery: Central America, Guatemala, Petan jungle, Tikal National Park. Textiles for sale at
Central America, Guatemala, Petan jungle, Tikal National Park. Textiles for sale at
Mayan Gallery: Mayan Pottery With Engraved Jaguar
Mayan Pottery With Engraved Jaguar
Mayan Gallery: Temple of Kukulkan, usually known El Castillo
Temple of Kukulkan, usually known El Castillo
Mayan Gallery: Stucco Frieze, Castillo, Xunantunich Mayan Ruins, outside San Ignacio, Belize, Central
Stucco Frieze, Castillo, Xunantunich Mayan Ruins, outside San Ignacio, Belize, Central
Mayan Gallery: One thousand Mayan columns and the great pyramid El Castillo, Chichen Itza
One thousand Mayan columns and the great pyramid El Castillo, Chichen Itza
Mayan Gallery: Mayan Deities
Mayan Deities
Mayan Gallery: Guatemala, Peten, Tikal National Park, Jaguar Temple at the great plaza
Guatemala, Peten, Tikal National Park, Jaguar Temple at the great plaza
Mayan Gallery: Mayan ruins of Palenque
Mayan ruins of Palenque
Mayan Gallery: Tikal in Guatemala
Tikal in Guatemala
Mayan Gallery: Crystal skull and Maya pyramid, artwork
Crystal skull and Maya pyramid, artwork
Mayan Gallery: Stone mask of Mayan Sun God Kinichna, taken through protective glass, Becan, Mayan Ruins
Stone mask of Mayan Sun God Kinichna, taken through protective glass, Becan, Mayan Ruins
Mayan Gallery: Detail of stone relief, ancient Mayan ruins, Chichten Itza, UNESCO World Heritage Site
Detail of stone relief, ancient Mayan ruins, Chichten Itza, UNESCO World Heritage Site
Mayan Gallery: Jaguar Temple (Structure N10-9), Lamanai, Belize, Central America
Jaguar Temple (Structure N10-9), Lamanai, Belize, Central America
Mayan Gallery: View to the north and El Castillo (the Castle) at the Mayan ruins of Tulum
View to the north and El Castillo (the Castle) at the Mayan ruins of Tulum
Mayan Gallery: Temple of the Great Jaguar in the Grand Plaza
Temple of the Great Jaguar in the Grand Plaza
Mayan Gallery: Temple of the Cross (Mayan)
Temple of the Cross (Mayan)
Mayan Gallery: Close-up of a Mayan funerary urn in the Popol Vuh Museum
Close-up of a Mayan funerary urn in the Popol Vuh Museum
Mayan Gallery: Maya Civilization. Ball game
Maya Civilization. Ball game
Mayan Gallery: Mayan deity statue from Mexico isolated on white background
Mayan deity statue from Mexico isolated on white background


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The Mayan civilization was one of the most advanced and mysterious ancient societies in the world. The Mayans lived in what is now Central America, primarily in present-day Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, and Honduras. They flourished from around 2000 BC to about 900 AD when their civilization suddenly declined. The Mayans were a highly developed society that built impressive cities with towering pyramids and intricate stone temples. They were also skilled astronomers who created complex calendars and used mathematics to track the movement of celestial bodies such as the sun, moon, and planets. This knowledge helped them predict natural disasters such as hurricanes or floods. The Mayans had a sophisticated writing system that used hieroglyphs to record their history and beliefs on stone monuments known as stelae or steleaes. They also developed an advanced form of art which included pottery making, weaving textiles, carving sculptures from jadeite and obsidian stones, painting murals on walls of their temples or palaces with bright colors made from natural pigments like ochre or cinnabar. Mayan religion was polytheistic with gods representing aspects of nature such as rain or fertility; they believed in an afterlife where souls would be judged by gods upon death before entering either heaven or hell depending on how they lived their lives while alive on earth. Human sacrifice was practiced by some groups within the Maya culture but it is unclear how widespread this practice actually was among all Maya people during this time period The decline of the Mayan civilization is still debated today but it is generally accepted that environmental factors such as drought combined with overpopulation led to its downfall around 900 AD when many cities were abandoned due to lack of resources for sustaining life there any longer. Despite this decline however many aspects of their culture still remain today including language spoken by some modern day indigenous people living in Central America; traditional foods like tamales; religious ceremonies honoring ancestors; art forms like weaving textiles; architecture featuring stepped pyramids; astronomy knowledge used for predicting weather patterns; and even some elements found within modern day Mesoamerican cultures which have been influenced by ancient Maya beliefs over time.