Were the Mayans right? When Hector Siliezar visited Chichen Itza, an ancient Mayan city, he took three photos of El Castillo on his iPhone. With a brewing thunderstorm, one of the images of the pyramid, which once was a sacred temple to the Mayan god Kukulkan, conveyed a sense of impending doom. Th...
The Mayans never predicted the world would end on Dec. 21, 2012 -- the Doomsday misconception is a "distorted world view of ancient civilizations."
A newly found 1,200-year-old theater in Mexico appears to have been used by the elite to establish their dominance.
Traces of a very strong form of tobacco were discovered inside a 1,300-year-old flask.
Experts will meet in the Guatemalan city of Antigua to discuss the end of the Mayan calender... and dismiss doomsday theories.
Spreading rumors about doomsday is not cool in parts of China.
Discovery News and Revision 3 launch a brand new video channel this week! Find out more.
When the Spanish conquered the Mayans in the 16th century, the Mayans suffered a miserable demise, bones reveal.
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