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Mayan Dancer Representing an Owl, Symbol of Death in Mayan Mythology.  Xcaret, Riviera Maya, Yucatan, Mexico.

Mayan Dancer Representing an Owl, Symbol of Death in Mayan Mythology. Xcaret, Riviera Maya, Yucatan, Mexico.

Chalchiutlicue, "celle qui porte une jupe de jade" en nahuatl, est une divinité de la mythologie aztèque. Cette déesse des rivières & des lacs était aussi considérée comme la protectrice des naissances, et des rituels lui étaient consacrés lors de la cérémonie des baptêmes aztèques. Elle est l'épouse de Tlaloc avec qui elle a un fils, Tecciztecat, le dieu de la fierté - Mexique.

Chalchiutlicue, "celle qui porte une jupe de jade" en nahuatl, est une divinité de la mythologie aztèque. Cette déesse des rivières & des lacs était aussi considérée comme la protectrice des naissances, et des rituels lui étaient consacrés lors de la cérémonie des baptêmes aztèques. Elle est l'épouse de Tlaloc avec qui elle a un fils, Tecciztecat, le dieu de la fierté - Mexique.

Guatemala, Maya culture Late Classic period (A.D. 600–900) c. 600–800

Guatemala, Maya culture Late Classic period (A.D. 600–900) c. 600–800

MAYA SCULPTURE 7TH     Hacha, a flat, highly polished sculpture associated with the Maya ballgame. This hacha shows a bird of prey on a skull. Hachas may have been markers, or trophies, or models for the players leather belts (600-900 CE). Volcanic stone. Height 29.5 cm, from Guatemala.     Museo Nacional de Arqueologia, Guatemala City, Guatemala

MAYA SCULPTURE 7TH Hacha, a flat, highly polished sculpture associated with the Maya ballgame. This hacha shows a bird of prey on a skull. Hachas may have been markers, or trophies, or models for the players leather belts (600-900 CE). Volcanic stone. Height 29.5 cm, from Guatemala. Museo Nacional de Arqueologia, Guatemala City, Guatemala

El Castillo, also known as the Temple of Kukulcán in Chichén Itzá, Yucatán, México  montseblack/beautiful-méxico

El Castillo, also known as the Temple of Kukulcán in Chichén Itzá, Yucatán, México montseblack/beautiful-méxico

Figure Beneath Mushroom Maya Culture (Museo Nacional De Arqueologia, Guatemala City)

Figure Beneath Mushroom Maya Culture (Museo Nacional De Arqueologia, Guatemala City)

Coatlicue, Mother Earth, or Mother of Gods (Teteo Inan). She is wearing a skirt of snakes. Coatlicue is the Aztec goddess who gave birth to the moon, stars, and Huitzilopochtli, the god of the sun and war. She is also known as Toci ("our grandmother") and Cihuacoatl ("the lady of the serpent"), the patron of women who die in childbirth.

Coatlicue, Mother Earth, or Mother of Gods (Teteo Inan). She is wearing a skirt of snakes. Coatlicue is the Aztec goddess who gave birth to the moon, stars, and Huitzilopochtli, the god of the sun and war. She is also known as Toci ("our grandmother") and Cihuacoatl ("the lady of the serpent"), the patron of women who die in childbirth.

Quetzalkoatl era un Dios de la Cultura Maya y Azteca , también conocido por los nombres Kukulkan y Gucumaz.

Quetzalkoatl era un Dios de la Cultura Maya y Azteca , también conocido por los nombres Kukulkan y Gucumaz.

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