anonymous
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Can someone give me a summary of the Mayan Government? Please help!
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anonymous
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Government was an important part of the Maya civilization. Priests ran governments, ruled cities, led ceremonies and performed many other jobs. Maya priests were also the rulers of cities. Every day they would perform services after climbing the hundreds of temple steps. Maya priests might have caused the collapse of the Maya when the lesser Mayas (farmers) got tired of having to obey the commands of the priests and abandoned the cities.
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Yes it did! Thank you so so much!! I've been trying to get help lately from people and no one has tried helping. So thank you very very much for your help! I really appreciate it!

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I'm glad. On here helping my son with his midterms.... ran into this and figured I'd help other kids out to. Good luck!
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Thank you! :)
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