List of religious dating sites
The principal pyramid at Mayapan was modelled after the main pyramid at Chichen Itza.
The city was the most important site in Yucatán for a period of about 250 years during the Postclassic Period, with the earliest structures dating to the 12th century AD.
Maya sites which are known to have been among the largest and most influential polities through the various eras of Maya history —Formative (or Preclassic), Classic and Postclassic— and/or which have left the most impressive archaeological remains include: Becan was a major city in the Yucatán Peninsula.
It was occupied from about 550 BC, in the Middle Preclassic period and was inhabited through the entire Classic Period, finally being abandoned around the 9th century AD.
It played an important role in the downfall of Tikal in the Early Classic and underwent a dramatic expansion in the Late Classic.
Seibal was the largest Classic Period city in the Pasión River region, situated on buffs overlooking the river.
The city included some very large triadic pyramids and covered an area similar to that of Classic Period Tikal.The city is best known for its elaborate sculptural style.Dos Pilas dates to the Late Classic Period, being founded by an offshoot of the Tikal dynasty in order to control trade routes in the Petexbatún region.The city was already an important city in the Late Preclassic, with dated monuments being erected up to the beginning of the 10th century AD.
Caracol was an important lowland Maya city, it was already settled in the Late Preclassic but reached its maximum power in the Classic Period when it was first allied with Tikal and later with Calakmul.It broke away from Tikal and became a vassal of Calakmul.