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The Coatlicue Statue

The Coatlicue Statue, 1500 — The Aztecs
257 cm

The Coatlicue Statue is an Aztec, Basalt Sculpture created in 1500. It lives at the National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City in Mexico. The image is tagged Deities and Gods.

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