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Maya Architecture __ "The Maya are known for many things, such as, mathematics, food, and, especially, their architecture. Some of the Maya's architecture ranges from small huts, to large houses, to beautiful, elaborate temples. In this section of Architecture Through the Ages, you will learn about Maya architecture and all of its splendor." - illustrated - From Thinkquest - http://library.thinkquest.org/10098/mayan.htm

 

Maya architecture __ You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - illustrated - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_architecture

 

Maya Architecture: Evolution, Structure and Diversity __ "Virtual exhibition on Maya architecture with information, photos, plans, and models." - illustrated - From mayafiles.com - http://www.mayafiles.com/ 

 
 


 
Mayan Architecture __ Scroll down the page to find the article about Mayan Architecture. History, illustrateions and more. - illustrated - From mayadiscovery.com - http://www.mayadiscovery.com/ing/archaeology/default.htm 

 

Mayan Architecture - Guatemala __ "Strong cultural influences stemming from the Olmec tradition and from Teotihuacan contributed to the development of Classic Maya culture. As with Teotihuacan, Maya civilization's foundations were laid in the Preclassic period, perhaps by 600 B.C. or even earlier." You will find a text overview and slides. - illustrated - From bornemania.com - http://www.bornemania.com/civ/mayan_architecture/index.html 


Project One: Mayan Architecture  __ A good overview of Maya architecture including pyramids, temples, style, tools, and a lot more. - illustrated - By Christina Moore - http://www.courses.psu.edu/anth/anth008_cmg149/mayan.html
 

 

 

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