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Calendario Azteca

Calendario Azteca

Quetzalcoatl Seven-segmented Aztec Ouroboros - The serpent god Quetzalcoatl is sometimes portrayed biting his tail on Aztec and Toltec ruins. A looping Quetzalcoatl is carved into the base of the Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent, at Xochicalco, Mexico, 700-900 AD.

Quetzalcoatl Seven-segmented Aztec Ouroboros - The serpent god Quetzalcoatl is sometimes portrayed biting his tail on Aztec and Toltec ruins. A looping Quetzalcoatl is carved into the base of the Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent, at Xochicalco, Mexico, 700-900 AD.

Aztec Art :: Aztec Sculptures

Mayan ritual, she ran a barded thread or something of that sort through her tongue and made it bleed for the God

Figure of a Seated Chieftain Early Classic Remojadas Southern Veracruz, Gulf Coast Mexico 300-600 CE Terracotta by mharrsch, via Flickr

Figure of a Seated Chieftain Early Classic Remojadas Southern Veracruz, Gulf Coast Mexico CE Terracotta

[Mexico] Dioses Aztecas - Taringa!

[Mexico] Dioses Aztecas

1940s Art Deco Pin-Up Calendar Print Aztec Indian Maiden Invocacion Azteca Rare+

1940s Art Deco Pin-Up Calendar Print Aztec Indian Maiden Invocacion Azteca Rare+

Art Deco Pin-Up Calendar Print Aztec Indian Maiden Invocacion Azteca Rare+

Artista Urbano “Guerrero Maya” Ciudad de México. Por Anthony Pappone, photographer - Portrait of a Mayan warrior with (street performers), Mexico City, Mexico.

“Guerrero Maya” Ciudad de México Portrait of a Mayan warrior with (street performers), Mexico City, Mexico.

Redesign of the ancient Aztec calendar symbols.AUN A PESAR DE LOS DEPREDADORES EUROPEOS MEXICO RESURGIRA EN LA OBSCURIDAD A LA QUE FUE SOMETIDO LO PROFETIZO MI AMADISIMO TLATUANI MI REY CUAUHTÉMOC.

Illustration of Aztec animal and abstract symbols vector art, clipart and stock vectors.

Cempoala, Veracruz, México

Cempoala, Veracruz, México

Symbol Tattoos, 3d Tattoos, Tattoo Drawings, Tatoos, Azteca Tattoo, Lowrider Art, Aztec Art, Chicano Art, Pen Art

"Embracing Couple"  700-900; Maya; Terracotta; height 24 cm (9 in.); Founders Society Purchase, Katherine Margaret Kay Bequest Fund, and New Endowment Fund; 77.49  Detroit Institute of Arts

Mayan island of Jaina, a religious sanctuary and necropolis. Founders Society Purchase, Katherine Margaret Kay Bequest Fund and New Endowment Fund, Detroit Institute of Arts.

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