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English: National Museum of Anthropology - Teotihuacán. Chalchiuhtlicue, godess of horizontal waters, like lakes and rivers. The sculpture comes from the front of the Pyramid of the Moon. Note: Chalchiuhtlicue is an Aztec deity. This sculpture is instead likely to be the Great Goddess of Teotihuacan.
Deutsch: National Museum of Anthropology - Teotihuacán. Chalchiuhtlicue, Göttin der horizontalen Gewässer, wie Seen und Flüssen. Die Skulptur stand ursprünglich vor der Sonnenpyramide in Teotihuacán.
Date 07.04.2008
Source Own work
Author Wolfgang Sauber


  1. Headrick, Annabeth (2002) "The Great Goddess at Teotihuacan" in Andrea Stone's Heart of Creation: the Mesoamerican World and the Legacy of Linda Schele, University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, ISBN 0-8173-1138-6.


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