File:Teotihuacán - Chalchiuhtlicue.jpg
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- 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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