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Chalchiutlicue. Aztec. Sala Mexica. Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico. John Mitchell Stock Photography

México. Artesanía Azteca Pre-Hispanica (Museo Zona Arqueológica del Templo Mayor) Tenochtitlán

Incensario teotihuacano representando a Huehuetéotl, Deidad antigua del fuego, protector del Hogar en el Mundo nahua. Teotihuacan, México.

K'inich Janaab' Pakal... Rey Maya en Palenque Chiapas, periodo clasico.

Fragment No. 96 Jason Limon

Benzaiten (弁才天, 弁財天) is a Japanese Buddhist goddess, who originated from the Hindu goddess Saraswati. She is often depicted holding a biwa, a traditional Japanese lute, just as Saraswati holds a veena. Benzaiten is a highly syncretic entity with both a Buddhist and a Shinto side.by: Thalia Took

Morgana, also known as Morgan le Fay, is a fairy queen and sorceress of Arthurian legend. Morgana may have roots in a Celtic sea Goddess. Her epithet "le Fay" translates to "the Fate" (or "the Fairy," itself derived from "fate"), aligning her with a Goddess of the ending of cycles.(visit Thalia Took for more info)by: Thalia Took

CHALCHIUHTLICUE, DÉESSE DE L’EAU CULTURE AZTÈQUE VALLÉE DE MEXICO, MEXIQUE 1300-1521 AP. J.-C.