You just quoted wikipedia? LOL! You are wrong. The Mayan culture depicted in the film is from the Classic Maya period which was centuries before 1502. This video breaks down the major historical in accuaracies of the film.
The guy from this channel is a pathetic British soyboy leftie with a very clear agenda against Mel Gibson, he calls Gibson "asshole" right at the start of the video!
You said first that the Mayas never practiced human sacrifice, I proved you were wrong. Now you're trying to shift the goalposts by saying "the Maya did not practice human sacrifice as depicted in the film. That came much later after they were influenced by Aztec culture." when in fact they practiced sacrifices on a large scale throughout their history, including in the later period when the Spaniards arrived, as clearly proven by this source which cites 7 different artifacts supporting late Mayan human sacrifices:
Human sacrifice among the Maya is evident from at least the Classic period (c. AD 250–900) right through to the final stages of the Spanish conquest in the 17th century. Human sacrifice is depicted in Classic Maya art, is mentioned in Classic period hieroglyphic texts and has been verified archaeologically by analysis of skeletal remains from the Classic and Postclassic (c. AD 900–1524) periods. Additionally, human sacrifice is described in a number of late Maya and early Spanish colonial texts, including the Madrid Codex, the Kʼicheʼ epic Popol Vuh, the Kʼicheʼ Título de Totonicapán, the Kʼicheʼ language Rabinal Achi, the Annals of the Kaqchikels, the Yucatec Songs of Dzitbalche and Diego de Landa's Relación de las cosas de Yucatán.
This argument reminds me of the one I had with the poster with the gorilla avatar who kept trying to refute that Jews were heavily involved in the production and distribution of pornography, he kept trying to refute the mountain of clear evidence.