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Ornamentos rituales usados en las ofrendas del Templo Mayor en Tenochtitlan. Sobresalen los objetos de concha y jade los cuales representan las riquezas del difunto. (Cultura Azteca - Templo Mayor 1325 d.c.)

Ornamentos rituales usados en las ofrendas del Templo Mayor en Tenochtitlan. Sobresalen los objetos de concha y jade los cuales representan las riquezas del difunto. (Cultura Azteca - Templo Mayor 1325 d.c.)

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The second major disvision are the creator gods: Tonatiuh, Tezcatlipoca. Pictured is Tezcatilopca.

Soah (Bride of the Water God) | Luna Namazu - WorldCosplay

hair/piece with tassels hanging down, same for fans & costume, for geisha act ~❥ Soah (Bride of the Water God)

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

Aztec sculpture of Chalchiutllicue in the Sala Mexica, National Museum of Anthropology, Chapultepec Park, Mexico City

The Aztecs were another famous society in Mexico. they were the first major engineering power.

This ancient ceramic image of Xilonen, the Aztec maize goddess National Museum of Anthropology Mexico City

"HISTORIA DE LAS GUERRAS DE ESPAÑA" de Juan Carlos Losada

"HISTORIA DE LAS GUERRAS DE ESPAÑA" de Juan Carlos Losada

nahuatl - Buscar con Google

nahuatl - Buscar con Google

Monk Performing Ritual in Chingdrol Chiling Park, Using Hand-Held Drum and Bell, Lhasa, China

Monk Performing Ritual in Chingdrol Chiling Park, Using Hand-Held Drum and Bell, Lhasa, China Fotografik Baskı

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Ceramic figure from Tlatilco, Mexico half man half skeleton!

Chalchihuitlicue

Chalchiuhtlicue, Aztec Goddess of flowing water, lakes, and streams. She represents youthful beauty and is commonly referred to as "Jade Skirt"

Middle Preclassic, Olmec  Plaque, 900–600 B.C.  Jade with traces of cinnabar  h. 8.5 cm., w. 7.8 cm., d. 0.5 cm. (3 3/8 x 3 1/16 x 3/16 in.)  Place made: Guerrero, Mexico

Middle Preclassic, Olmec Plaque, B. Jade with Traces of Cinnabar.

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