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Extreme weather preceded collapse of Maya civilization
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 18401048:MV8yMDQ4NjIwXzM0NDI5NzI5XzYxM0FFODA3] [quote:Anonymous Coward 27604832:MV8yMDQ4NjIwXzM0NDI5NjA0XzJDN0Y5QzBG] I guess I will speak a little bit more on this subject because I live in the area where the Myan culture was/is. The myans were the last part of mexico that the spaniards defeated. They were valiant warriors and the culture was thriving even when the spanish came. One poster was correct saying that it was mostly disease that wiped them out. I can tell you from first hand experience that the culture is still alive and well the locals still speak the myan dialect. Its very funny to read what you guys think you know. [/quote] i am very interested in mayan culture. obviously i am not as in tune with it as you. if i am off base with any of my post please correct me. [/quote]
An extended drought between A.D. 1020 and 1100 that likely corresponded with crop failures, death, famine, migration and, ultimately, the collapse of the Maya population.
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