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Alejandro Cuevas Mena Merida, Yucatan — Citizens have a right to be addressed in their native tongue.
Mayaisms add poetry to everyday conversation
Maya civilization didn't end when it mysteriously 'collapsed,' as over 6 million Maya living today will attest.
Text written during a period of instability gives an eyewitness account of Maya warfare.
University of Cincinnati geography professor Nicholas Dunning, left, and assistant professor Christopher Carr have been studying ancient Maya sites in Mexico....
Mexico's new university in Ticul won't get very far until some possible Mayan remains or artifacts at the site are sorted out.
It was a fine day for a Spring Equinox in Merida. Thousands flocked to Yucatan's...
One in three Yucatecans — about 575,700 people — speak Mayan. But Yucatan's mother tongue is not often enough handed down to the next generation.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio. Photo: PBS Cuban-American U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio learned about his Yucatecan lineage on a...
In the darkest moments of his life, Pedro found a series of characters in his dreams.
Some Mayan elite resided far from Mayaland, in the pre-Hispanic city of Teotihuacan, northeast of Mexico City.
Joseph T. Goodman and the Cronica de Oxkutzcab: The convergence of the Mayan and Gregorian calendars. How a journalist and amateur archaeologist discovered the key. Free...
In Merida's historical center, a new museum demonstrates the ancient ways of the Yucatan kitchen.
Múusench'een dates from the middle-upper Preclassic period, or around 300 BC.
Indigenous communities are resisting rapid development of $1.1 billion of wind and solar panel farms. What does this mean for the Mayan Train project?
Valladolid and 11 other municipalities would become a "special indigenous economic zone" (ZEEI) under a proposal being floated by several politicians and two economists.
The Milpa Maya is in the process of being recognized as a world agricultural heritage concept.
As promised, INAH has put the Mayan Codex on view at the museum of history and archaeology in Mexico City.
The largest survey ever made of the Maya region has finally been published.