Tag: Mayan culture

Sak K’uk Now Published in Print

The Controversial Mayan Queen: Sak K’uk of Palenque.  Book 2, Mists of Palenque Series. A MOTHER AND SON FIGHT TO PRESERVE THEIR DYNASTY… Sak K’uk, the strong-willed daughter of Yohl Ik’nal—first Mayan woman ruler—faces rebellious nobles and spiritual crisis in

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The Mayan Red Queen – Midwest Book Review

The Mayan Red Queen: Tz’aakb’u Ahau of Palenque review by Diane Donovan, Editor and Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review, November 1, 2015 Young Mayan ruler K’inich Janaab Pakal is marrying the shy, retiring Lalak, whose only inclination towards royalty lies

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Yohl Ik’nal: The Visionary Mayan Queen of Palenque

  Just published Kindle ebook Records of Mayan civilization and history show that Yohl Ik’nal was one of a very small number of Mayan women who carried a full royal title and ruled in her own right.  She acceded to

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