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Plataforma de los cráneos or tzompantli, Templo Mayor, Tenochtitlan, Ciudad de México.

Plataforma de los cráneos or tzompantli, Templo Mayor, Tenochtitlan, Ciudad de México.

Tzompantli (Aztecs) in Mexico City's Templo Mayor #skull #art

Sugar skulls and sacrifice: Damien Hirst and Mexico's death culture – in pictures

Museo del Templo Mayor, Ciudad de México, México - Zonaturistica.com

Museo del Templo Mayor, Ciudad de México, México - Zonaturistica.com

Mexico, Mexico City, Skulls, Museums

Zompantli, Museo del templo mayor, CDMX

Zompantli, Museo del templo mayor, CDMX

Tlatelolco Marketplace as depicted at Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago. Joe Ravi. The Aztec economy was based on three things: agricultural goods, tribute and trade.

Recently derived equations that describe development patterns in modern urban areas appear to work equally well to describe ancient cities settled thousands of years ago, according to a new study led by a researcher at the University of Colorado Boulder.

Margarita #popsicles

Corona Beer Pops: Drink, lick or bite-now you have options for how you want to have your “cold one”. These Corona Beer Popsicle's are one my favorite summer dessert recipes.

Stone skulls from the Templo Mayor in the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan. They represent the tzompantli or skull racks where the heads of sacrificial victims were placed.

Aztec Skulls, Templo Mayor

The Templo Mayor or Great Temple (called Hueteocalli by the Aztecs) dominated the central sacred precinct of the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan.

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Zompantli, Templo Mayor, Tenochtitlán, Centro Histórico

Zompantli, Templo Mayor, Tenochtitlán, Centro Histórico

EVOLUCION DE TENOCHTITLAN Y DE LA CIUDAD DE MEXICO 1325-1968 ... y más

EVOLUCION DE TENOCHTITLAN Y DE LA CIUDAD DE MEXICO 1325-1968 ... y más