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  Nun Yax Ayin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nun Yax Ayin was a king of the most powerful state of classic Maya civilization, Tikal in the late 4th century.
Nun Yax Ayin was a son of Spearthrower Owl, a lord of Teotihuacan (probably that city's king) in Central Mexico.
Nun Yax Ayin may have been a child or youth at the time of his corrination, and the early years of his reign seems to have been dominated by one of his father's generals, Siyah K'ak', in a sort of regency.
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 Nun Yax Ayin -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Nun Yax Ayin was a (A male sovereign; ruler of a kingdom) king of the most powerful state of classic Maya civilization, (Click link for more info and facts about Tikal) Tikal in the late (Click link for more info and facts about 4th century) 4th century.
Nun Yax Ayin was a son of (Click link for more info and facts about Spearthrower Owl) Spearthrower Owl, a lord of (Click link for more info and facts about Teotihuacan) Teotihuacan (probably that city's king) in Central Mexico.
Nun Yax Ayin may have been a child or youth at the time of his corrination, and the early years of his reign seems to have been dominated by one of his father's generals, (Click link for more info and facts about Siyah K'ak') Siyah K'ak', in a sort of regency.
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According to Tikal's Stela 31, Nun Yax Ayin was the son of an individual whose name glyph is written with two signs, one a hand grasping an atlatl, the other a "cauac" element with "tufts" at its four corners.
Spearthrower Owl is named as the father of the newly installed Tikal ruler Nun Yax Ayin, and is thus the grandfather of the later ruler Siyah Chan K'awil.
On the right side of Stela 31, the caption accompanying Nun Yax Ayin's portrait states that he was a "'k'atun' lord", or that he was less than twenty years old as depicted.
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 Tikal - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The city was at its height in the Maya Classic Period, approximately 200 AD to 850 AD, after which no new major monuments were built, some of the palaces of the elite were burned, and the population gradually declined until the site was abandoned by the end of the 10th century.
Scholars estimate that at its peak, it had a population from 100,000 to 200,000.
Nun Yax Ayin a noble from Teotihuacan, was installed on Tikal's throne in 379 by Siyah K'ak', ruled to 411
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 Nun Yax Ayin - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Nun Yax Ayin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Nun Yax Ayin - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Nun Yax Ayin.
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 Tikal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The name "Tikal" means "Place of Voices" or "Place of Tounges" in Maya, which may be an ancient name for the city, although the ancient heiroglyphs usually refer to it as Mutal or Yax Mutal, meaning "Green Bundle", and perhaps metaphorically "First Prophescy".
Chak Toh Ich’ak I ("Jaguar Paw I") c.360 - 378 - His palace, unusually, was never built over by later rulers, and was kept in repair for centuries as an apparent revered monument
Nun Yax Ayin, a noble from Teotihuacan, was installed on Tikal's throne in 379, ruled to 411
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