Percival is the name of an ancient Mayan site in Guatemala (Central America). The plant in the department of Petén was one of the largest Mayan cities with estimated up to 10,000 inhabitants. In modern times, the facility was first rediscovered and mapped in 1984 by Ian Graham - the excavation under the direction of Dr. Francisco Estrada - Belli began in 2001, the tallest building in the complex is a 27 -meter-high stepped pyramid surrounded by temples and squares..

Since the excavations continue to persist, can be expected with new and interesting finds.