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Agama Maya tradisional dari Guatemala, Belize, barat Honduras, dan wilayah Tabasco, Chiapas, dan Yucatán, Meksiko adalah sebuah ragam tenggara dari agama Mesoamerika. Seperti kasus dalam beberapa agama Mesoamerika sezaman lainnya, agama tersebut dihasilkan dari simbiosis selama berabad-abad dengan Katolik Roma.

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