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The Mayan Home

The Mayan Home, Yucatan Travel
The nuclear  or multi-family mayan family was formed of the parents and children’s and also occasionally included other members, including who were or were not related by blood. The type of house that they inhabited depended on their social status, and could shelter one or more families. The high nobility occupied places in the center of the city, while commones lived in what was known as palapas, or huts around the cities, each with their family garden whose produce was generally for family consumption. The traditional houses had a wooed structure with a thatch roof and an area under the
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