The highland region was located in the Central American mountain region. And the Highland flourished in 1200 to 1539 AD. The highland survived by building a society with different jobs. They had made many accomplishments such as really accurate calendars. Not only did they do that, but they also established cities.
The upper class were Noble Rulers, they were basically kings of each Mayan city.
The lower classes were merchants, government workers, and artisans.
The Mayan Religion was of astronomy and rituals. They worshiped gods known to them as gods of aspects of nature. Such as the sun god and the rain god.
Art and Architecture:
Art and architecture to the Mayans were important because there were lots of art decor on their temples and pyramids.
Science and Math:
They came up with a very accurate calendar and they had been interested in astronomy.
Writing and Oral tradition:
Writing and tradition was important as well, because they had many rituals as tradition for their gods.
In conclusion, both the Olmec and Mayan culture are very interesting and fascinating. And a lot of their architecture and work they left behind is a beautiful way to escape from your own world into a place with sites and views that you've never seen before.