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Tezcatlipoca - god of the night sky he was known to bring material gain and glory to the Aztec people, but he was also responsible for bloodshed and compulsive magic. He was able to shape shift which he used to aid him in his trickery


Man standing next to Stela K ; near the eastern border of the Great Plaza. Quiriguá, Guatemala. Quiriguá is an ancient Maya archaeological site along the lower Montagua river in south-eastern Guatemala. Photographed by Dr Alfred Percival Maudslay in 1894. -British Museum-


1,600-year-old skeleton of woman with JEWELS for teeth uncovered

A distinctive feature, showing the woman was a 'foreigner' in Teotihuacan, is the two round pyrite stones encrusted in her top front teeth (shown) a technique used in Mayan regions in southern Mexico and Central America


Jade Pendant (Four Frogs ) Origin: Pre-Columbian, circa: 100 AD to 500 AD. Eastern Costa Rica PF.3136


Olmec Stone Rod Depicting a Jaguar-Headed Snake Origin: Mexico Circa: 900 BC to 300 BC Origin: Mexico Circa: 900 BC to 300 ...


Mayahuel is the female divinity associated with the maguey plant among cultures of central Mexico in the Postclassic era of pre-Columbian Mesoamerican chronology, and in particular of the Aztec cultures. Mayahuel was also part of a complex of interrelated maternal and fertility goddesses in Aztec mythology and is also connected with notions of fecundity and nourishment------ Chumba chumba - antonio mora


Rattle depicting a goddess, 600–800 AD. Late Classic, Maya