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.
This photo displays a monolith that represents the God Tlaloc, Tlaloc was the God of the heavy showers, rays and thunders. This monolith was discovered in the Texcoco, State of Mexico and was transferred to the city of Mexico the 17 of April of 1964
Aztec Conquest Altered Genetics Among Early Mexico Inhabitants, New DNA Study Shows For centuries, the fate of the original Otomí inhabitants of Xaltocan, the capital of a pre-Aztec Mexican city-state, has remained unknown.
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