Palenque, I think, not sure, American history and archaeology isn't my thing.
Fernando Silva, the Nicaraguan author, has made some comments saying that Managua's first ethnic groups were formed by Maya. Our History books say that the Maya only went south to Honduras, in what is now Copán or Oxwi'itik, in the Maya language. But, our History books are being changed every day. New discoveries and new sites are open every day in México. Guatemala is making some incredible discoveries also. It wouldn't surprise me that some tribes from the Maya Civilization, went further south. However, he is basing his findings in the language. He says that Náhuatl, Mangue and Maya are the basis of Nicaragua. I am not sure about that.
by Paul Swendson 6 years ago
Do you have any interest in reading history books? If no, why not? If yes, what kinds of books?
by Reality Bytes 8 years ago
I know there are people from all over the globe participating on Hubpages. I am curious how we were taught the history of the world. Take for example,something vague. The Cold War.What were you taught about the Cold War? How did it begin why did escalate to such proportions? ...
by Paul Swendson 8 years ago
I am a community college history teacher, and I have found that it can be tricky to discuss recent historical events. It is difficult, after all, to know which recent events and trends will ultimately matter. So what do you think that future history books will discuss when covering 1990-2010?
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