The ancient pterosaur, Quetzalcoatlus. Can you imagine seeing that beast?! On it's fours or in the sky

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Quetzalcoatlus, one of the largest known flying animals of all time, compared to a modern day giraffe and human being. Quetzalcoatlus lived during the Late Cretaceous period in what is now North America.

Quetzalcoatl, la serpiente emplumada y dios en muchas culturas prehispánicas, intepretado de muchsimas formas tamaños y colores, pero esta vez tendra que ser a lapiz y muy limitado pues apenas voy ...

Tattoo design commission for a stellar guy who came across my previous Quetzalcoatl design and wanted something similar.

Quetzalcoatl 2.0 by el-grimlock.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Quetzalcoatl was one of several important gods in the Aztec pantheon along with the gods Tlaloc, Tezcatlipoca and Huitzilopochtli.

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Kukulkan: (“Plumed Serpent,” “Feathered Serpent”) is the name of a Maya snake…

--Page 14--   Codex Borbonicus (Loubat 1899)

A page of the Codex Borbonicus, XVI century. Perhaps one of the last surviving prehispanic aztec codex. The two characters on the top left are the gods Xipe-Totec and Quetzacoalt.

This was described by the original pinner as "Tattoo designs" but I rather fancy it as a piece of jewelry, most likely a broach.

Quetzalcóatl /ˌkɛtsɑːlˈkoʊɑːtəl is a Mesoamerican deity whose name comes from the Nahuatl language and means "feathered serpent.

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At eight years old, Gabriel Frias found out that he had the talent of creating art.

Quetzalcoatl  by *GENZOMAN  Quetzalcoatl (Classical Nahuatl: Quetzalcohuātl [ketsaɬˈko.aːtɬ]) is a Mesoamerican deity whose name comes from the Nahuatl language and has the meaning of "feathered serpent". The worship of a feathered serpent deity is first documented in Teotihuacan in the first century BC or first century AD.

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Quetzalcoatl by *GENZOMAN Quetzalcoatl (Classical Nahuatl: Quetzalcohuātl [ketsaɬˈko.aːtɬ]) is a Mesoamerican deity whose name comes from the Nahuatl language and has the meaning of "feathered serpent". The worship of a feathered serpent deity is first

When Spanish Conquistador Hernan Cortés arrived in 1519, the Aztecs believed he was their returning god, Quetzalcoatl, and offered him the drink of the gods: hot chocolate.

When Spanish Conquistador Hernan Cortés arrived in the Aztecs believed he was their returning god, Quetzalcoatl, and offered him the drink of the gods: hot chocolate.

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