Chaac motif at Kabah Mayan ruins
Wall of masks on the temple for the rain God called Chaac, at Kabah, Mayan site in Mexico
Kabah (also spelled Kabaah, Kabáh, Kahbah and Kaba) is a Maya archaeological site in the south-east of the Mexican state of Yucatán.
The name "Kabah" or "Kabaah" is usually taken to be archaic Maya language for "strong hand". This is a pre-Columbian name for the site, mentioned in Maya chronicles. An alternative name is Kabahaucan or "royal snake in the hand". Kabah Mayan pyramids, Yucatan, Mexico (ZZ)