arrived in Tikal around the year 800 B.C. and settled on a small mound from
which they started building their impressive ceremonial center.
Tikal was an independent city-state, which flourished for over a century,
gaining a prominent position among various city-states in the region.
However, although each Maya City-state was independent from each other
they were bound together through their cultural heritage, and their commercial
activities. Throughout the Maya
World there was a shared knowledge and a common religion. To learn more about the ancient Maya's art and religion, as
well as their agricultural techniques and their commercial routes, their
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