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Co·pán

 (kō-pän′)
A ruined Mayan city of western Honduras that flourished from c. 300 bc to ad 900. The ruins include the Hieroglyphic Stairway with over 2,000 glyphs.

Copán

(Spanish koˈpan)
n
(Placename) a village in W Honduras: site of a ruined Mayan city.
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Copan is a city, in the Department of Copan, near the boundary between Honduras and Guatemala.
As you'll see, if you take the trouble to go through it, as I did, Copan is, or maybe was, for all I know, one of the most important centers of the Mayan civilization.
I'm willing to take your word for it that there's a Copan valley in Honduras.
You mean he wants to get it and take it away from the Copan valley, Tom?
This story has to do with the hidden city, and tells of the ancient civilization of those who lived in the Copan valley thousands of years ago.
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Subsequent generations did not raze Yax K'uk'Mo's chamber for the large construction projects of later Copan kings, Williamson points out, "probably because of its prestige.
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