Aztec

Aztec

Tlaloc, Aztec god of rain, water, and fertility, usually shown with goggles.

Tlaloc, Aztec god of rain, water, and fertility, usually shown with goggles.

Xiuhtecuhtli, one of the most ancient and important Aztec Gods, who was identified with the life-giving warmth of fire. It was found in the Templo Mayor (Main Temple) of Tenochtitlán. It dates from AD 1400–1500.

Xiuhtecuhtli, one of the most ancient and important Aztec Gods, who was identified with the life-giving warmth of fire. It was found in the Templo Mayor (Main Temple) of Tenochtitlán. It dates from AD 1400–1500.

Xiuhtecuhtli, one of the most ancient and important Aztec Gods, who was identified with the life-giving warmth of fire. It was found in the Templo Mayor (Main Temple) of Tenochtitlán. It dates from AD 1400–1500.

Xiuhtecuhtli, one of the most ancient and important Aztec Gods, who was identified with the life-giving warmth of fire. It was found in the Templo Mayor (Main Temple) of Tenochtitlán. It dates from AD 1400–1500.

Aztec, Xochicalco, Mexico

Aztec, Xochicalco, Mexico

Aztec sculpture of Coatlicue, goddess of fertility, life, death and rebirth

Aztec sculpture of Coatlicue, goddess of fertility, life, death and rebirth

Aztec Sun Stone.

Aztec Sun Stone.

Aztec. Chalchiuhtlicue or Green Stone Skirt, presided over the welfare of lakes and rivers.

Aztec. Chalchiuhtlicue or Green Stone Skirt, presided over the welfare of lakes and rivers.

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