6 - The Maya

Episode 6 May 15, 2017 00:19:32
6 - The Maya
The Latin American History Podcast
6 - The Maya
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Everyone has heard of the Maya. Their pyramids are famous and there was mild hysteria a few years ago when the media got hold of the idea that they may have predicted the end of the world. Who were they though? Where did they come from and how did they live? ***This was suposed to be the second episode on the aztec but my recording software has corrupted the file and I will have to record it from scratch. I have decided to move on to the Mayan instead and will release the Aztec episode at a later date***

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