The Tikal-Calakmul wars were a series of wars, mainly between Tikal and Calakmul on the Yucatán Peninsula, but also with vassal states in the Petén Basin such as Copan, Dos Pilas, Naranjo, Sacul, Quiriguá, and briefly Yaxchilan had a role in initiating the first war.

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  • The Tikal-Calakmul wars were a series of wars, mainly between Tikal and Calakmul on the Yucatán Peninsula, but also with vassal states in the Petén Basin such as Copan, Dos Pilas, Naranjo, Sacul, Quiriguá, and briefly Yaxchilan had a role in initiating the first war. (en)
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  • 22pxCalakmul
  • 22pxCaracol
  • 22pxCopan
  • 22pxCopán
  • 22pxQuiriguá
  • 22pxSacul
  • 22pxTikal
  • Calakmul affiliated
  • Dos Pilas
  • Naranjo
  • Quiriguá
  • Tikal affiliated
  • Yaxchilan
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  • Various changes in the political boundaries of theMayaregion, may have contributed to the collapse ofMaya civilization.
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  • Tikal-Calakmul Wars 537-838 First Tikal-Calakmul War 537-572 - Second Tikal-Calakmul War 650-695 - Third Tikal-Calakmul War 720-744 (en)
  • Tikal-Calakmul Wars 537-838 First Tikal-Calakmul War 537-572 - Second Tikal-Calakmul War 650-695 - Third Tikal-Calakmul War 720-744 (en)
  • Tikal-Calakmul Wars First Tikal-Calakmul War Second Tikal-Calakmul War Third Tikal-Calakmul War (en)
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  • Vase showing a battle scene between tikal and Calakmul (en)
  • K'ak' Tiliw Chan Yopaat, previously known as Cauac Sky, was the leader of Quiriguá's revolution against Copán (en)
  • One of the first battles in the war between Bonampak and Yaxchilan is elaborately painted at Bonampak (en)
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  • Tikal affiliated 22px Tikal 22px Copan Dos Pilas Naranjo (en)
  • Calakmul affiliated 22pxCalakmul 22pxCaracol (en)
  • Calakmul affiliated 22pxCalakmul 22pxCaracol (en)
  • Others 22px Yaxchilan (en)
  • Others 22pxYaxchilan (en)
  • Tikal affiliated 22pxTikal 22pxCopán (en)
  • Tikal affiliated 22pxTikal 22pxNaranjo (en)
  • Tikal affiliated 22pxTikal 22pxNaranjo Dos Pilas (en)
  • Calakmul affiliated 22pxCalakmul 22pxQuiriguá 22pxNaranjo Dos Pilas (en)
  • Calakmul affiliated 22px Calakmul 22px Caracol 22px Sacul 22px Quiriguá Naranjo (en)
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  • Tikal-Calakmul Wars (en)
  • First Tikal-Calakmul War (en)
  • Second Tikal-Calakmul War (en)
  • Third Tikal-Calakmul War (en)
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  • Tikal-Calakmul Wars (en)
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  • Tikal-Calakmul Wars (en)
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  • Various changes in the political boundaries of the Maya region, may have contributed to the collapse of Maya civilization. (en)
  • The Tikal "Hiatus" ends as power shifts from Calakmul to Tikal (en)
  • Tikal goes into decline *Caracol, Naranjo and parts of the Usumacinta River are annexed by Calakmul (en)
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  • Tikal-Calakmul Wars (en)
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  • The Tikal-Calakmul wars were a series of wars, mainly between Tikal and Calakmul on the Yucatán Peninsula, but also with vassal states in the Petén Basin such as Copan, Dos Pilas, Naranjo, Sacul, Quiriguá, and briefly Yaxchilan had a role in initiating the first war. (en)
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