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Tiny figurines interacting with everyday objects in interesting ways (By Miniature Calendar)

Tiny figurines interacting with everyday objects in interesting ways (By Miniature Calendar)

Coatlicue, Mother Earth or Mother of Gods. Aztec goddess who gave birth to the moon, stars and Huitzilopochtli, the god of the sun and war. She is also known as Toci ("our grandmother") and Cihuacoatl ("the lady of the serpent"), the patron of women who die in childbirth.

Coatlicue, Mother Earth or Mother of Gods. Aztec goddess who gave birth to the moon, stars and Huitzilopochtli, the god of the sun and war. She is also known as Toci ("our grandmother") and Cihuacoatl ("the lady of the serpent"), the patron of women who die in childbirth.

Facebook.com/HermosaYCatrina

Facebook.com/HermosaYCatrina

Coatlicue, also known as Teteoinan (also transcribed Teteo Inan), "The Mother of Gods" (Classical Nahuatl: Cōhuātlīcue [koːwaːˈtɬiːkʷe], Tēteô īnnān), is the Aztec goddess who gave birth to the moon, stars, and Huitzilopochtli, the god of the sun and war.  She is also known as Toci (Tocî, "our grandmother") and Cihuacoatl (Cihuācōhuātl, "the lady of the serpent"), the patron of women who die in childbirth.

Coatlicue, also known as Teteoinan (also transcribed Teteo Inan), "The Mother of Gods" (Classical Nahuatl: Cōhuātlīcue [koːwaːˈtɬiːkʷe], Tēteô īnnān), is the Aztec goddess who gave birth to the moon, stars, and Huitzilopochtli, the god of the sun and war. She is also known as Toci (Tocî, "our grandmother") and Cihuacoatl (Cihuācōhuātl, "the lady of the serpent"), the patron of women who die in childbirth.

Quetzalcoatl - Le Serpent à Plumes - La plus importante des divinités aztèques.

Quetzalcoatl - Le Serpent à Plumes - La plus importante des divinités aztèques.

Chalchiuhtlicue, deidad mexica de las aguas mansas, lagos, lagunas y pozos (del "agua horizontal") Pareja o contraparte de Tlaloc, deidad de la fertilidad (en todas sus acepciones) de la lluvia y los rayois ("agua vertical")

Chalchiuhtlicue, deidad mexica de las aguas mansas, lagos, lagunas y pozos (del "agua horizontal") Pareja o contraparte de Tlaloc, deidad de la fertilidad (en todas sus acepciones) de la lluvia y los rayois ("agua vertical")

Chalchiuhtlicue (pronounced chal-chee-OOT-lee-kway) is the Aztec Goddess of all running water, including rain. She also ruled over fertility, as water was known to bring life to plants. She is the wife of the rain God Tlaloc.

Chalchiuhtlicue (pronounced chal-chee-OOT-lee-kway) is the Aztec Goddess of all running water, including rain. She also ruled over fertility, as water was known to bring life to plants. She is the wife of the rain God Tlaloc.

Zapotec Urn, Oaxaca, Mexico

Zapotec Urn, Oaxaca, Mexico

En pleno éxtasis, un dios gozoso. /// Xochipilli - Aztec God of Art. Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico City.

En pleno éxtasis, un dios gozoso. /// Xochipilli - Aztec God of Art. Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico City.

Tolteca

Tolteca

Urn In The Form Of Cociyo, God Of Lightning And Rain  .                                    Mexico, Oaxaca, Monte Albán IIIa, Zapotec culture        Early Classic period (A.D. 250–600)        c. A.D. 400–500        Ceramic

Urn In The Form Of Cociyo, God Of Lightning And Rain . Mexico, Oaxaca, Monte Albán IIIa, Zapotec culture Early Classic period (A.D. 250–600) c. A.D. 400–500 Ceramic

Diosa Tonantzin , cihuacoatl

Diosa Tonantzin , cihuacoatl

Pottery ancestor figure, Zapotec, 200 BC - AD 800. From the Oaxaca Valley, Mexico.   The figure on this example wears a mask and headdress representing the depicted ancestors’ potent supernatural force. The chest ornament features a glyph or sculpted symbol of a day in the 260-day Zapotec ritual calendar. The exact use and purpose of these vessels is unknown. The container, or urn, itself - usually a cylindrical vessel hidden behind the sculpted figure -

Pottery ancestor figure, Zapotec, 200 BC - AD 800. From the Oaxaca Valley, Mexico. The figure on this example wears a mask and headdress representing the depicted ancestors’ potent supernatural force. The chest ornament features a glyph or sculpted symbol of a day in the 260-day Zapotec ritual calendar. The exact use and purpose of these vessels is unknown. The container, or urn, itself - usually a cylindrical vessel hidden behind the sculpted figure -

Repinning for the last comment: "In case of Croatoan"

Repinning for the last comment: "In case of Croatoan"

Guerrero Azteca 3 by alfret on deviantART

Guerrero Azteca 3 by alfret on deviantART