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tlatollotl: Aztec sacrificial stone of Tizoc - thought to have...

tlatollotl: Aztec sacrificial stone of Tizoc - thought to have... (NeoMexicanismos)

Aztec sacrificial stone of Tizoc - thought to have been a quauhxicalli, in which the hearts of victims of sacrifice were placed.

Máscara de Xiutecuhlti, dios del fuego; 1325-1521 CE, Azteca-Mixteca, México ✖️Fosterginger.Pinterest.Com✖️No Pin Limits✖️More Pins Like This One At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

museum-of-artifacts: Mask of Xiutecuhlti, god of fire; CE, Aztec-Mixtec, Mexico PINNED by My Art y Lezama.

New Research Shows that Gruesome Aztec Sacrifices included Locals of all Ages…

A new study says the people sacrificed centuries ago by the Mexica (Aztec) at Tenochtitlan weren’t all prisoners of war killed just a short while after they were captured. Some of them, includin

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Mictlantecuhtli, the Aztec god of death, by Gabriel Bravo

The Valdivian or pre-Valdivian stone plaques or star charts (Ecuador 3500 - 1500 BC) are the earliest evidence of "writing" from the Americas.

The Valdivian or pre-Valdivian stone plaques or star charts (Ecuador 3500 - 1500 BC) are the EARLIEST evidence of "writing" from the Americas.

The Jelling Stone - (Viking runestone) Denmark     “Harald King had these stones made after Gorm his father and after Thyra his mother – that Harald who won all Denmark and Norway and made the Danes Christian”

/// The Jelling Stone - (Viking runestone) Denmark “Harald King had these stones made after Gorm his father and after Thyra his mother – that Harald who won all Denmark and Norway and made the Danes Christian”

Cuauhxicalli con forma de jaguar en el Museo Nacional de Antropología de México.

A jaguar-shaped cuauhxicalli in the National Museum of Anthropology. This altar-like stone vessel was used to hold the hearts of sacrificial victims. See also chacmool.

A Mongol altar to Tengri the sky god of the Mongols and many other steppe and siberian peoples.

A Mongol altar to Tengri, the sky god of the Mongols and many other steppe and Siberian peoples.

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