History Aztec Maya Chalchiuhtlicue Stele Totem Artifact Sculpture Statue 13" Tall www.Neo-Mfg.com
Our museum quality exact replica from the original 10 ton, 3.20 meter tall monolithic statue is offered in a wall plaque or table top statue.
According to the Legend of the Suns, Chalchiuhtlicue, "The one with the jade skirt", gave birth to the world in the fourth Sun, in the Four-Water era. During her reign the sky was made of water and fell on the earth, precipitating a great flood.
But Chalchiuhtlicue is the goddess of the water of rivers, lakes, lagoons and the sea, and in general of horizontal waters. In no case should it be confused with Tlaloc, god of vertical waters
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.
National Museum of Anthropology - Teotihuacán.
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