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Cocijo,Dios mixteco y zapoteco,el equivalente a Tlaloc ,Dios de la Lluvia

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Bezelao,Dios del inframundo y la fertilidad,cultura zapoteca Museo de Antropologia e Hist.

Urna Con la figura del dios Cocijo Cultura Zapoteca Periodo clásico tardío 600-900 d. C. Arcilla modelada 33.5 x 29.5 x 19 cm. Colección CONACULTA-INAH-MEX

Tlaloc, Aztec god of rain, water, and fertility, usually shown with goggles.

Effigy urn in the form of the Sun God Mexico eastern Yucatan Postclassic Maya Mayapan style 12-14th century Earthenware

Urna de Sacerdote del Dios Ave del Pico Ancho. Monte Alban Cultura zapoteca

Quetzalcoalt,esta magnifica pieza se la llevaron los "misioneros" para el Vaticano.... y esta en su museo siglo XV-XVI

Tata Inti (Father Sun). Tiahuanaco, Bolivia - I think a lot of Americans have a Eurocentric view, including me, but present day Latin America has some incredible and overlooked stuff, as well as pre-Columbian

Dios descendente. Cultura Huasteca (México) Autor: Fecha: 900-1521

Water Goddess; from Teotihuacán (Mexico) in the Pyramid of the Moon; c. before 600 AD; Basalt; Height 10'6"; Aztec (Mexica; Triple Alliance); Believed to be a relief sculpture of the water goddess, Chalchiuhtlicue. It is a caryatid figure that held a central wooden roof beam.