Metztli was an Aztec goddess of the moon, the night and farmers. Known as the Queen of the Night to the Otomi people, she represented the moon and the earth simultaneously.

Metztli was an Aztec goddess of the moon, the night and farmers. Known as the Queen of the Night to the Otomi people, she represented the moon and the earth simultaneously.

Mythology Goddesses Names and Meanings | Aztec Mythology - Myth Encyclopedia - god, story, legend, names ...

Mythology Goddesses Names and Meanings | Aztec Mythology - Myth Encyclopedia - god, story, legend, names ...

Xochipilli - Aztec God of Art.    The god of art, games, beauty, dance, flowers, maize, and song in Aztec mythology, seated cross-legged on his throne. The name means Prince of Flowers.    Origin: Tlalmanalko, Mexico.    Location of the statue: Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico City.

Xochipilli - Aztec God of Art. The god of art, games, beauty, dance, flowers, maize, and song in Aztec mythology, seated cross-legged on his throne. The name means Prince of Flowers. Origin: Tlalmanalko, Mexico. Location of the statue: Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico City.

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Mexica Movement: Nahuatl names, Aztec names, Mexica names

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Malinalxochitl is the Aztec Goddess of Snakes, Scorpions and Insects of the Desert. She is also a formidable sorceress.

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Malinalxochitl is the Aztec Goddess of Snakes, Scorpions and Insects of the Desert. She is also a formidable sorceress.

“Names have power.”    ~ Rick Riordan  Aztec society was a multi-ethnic society composed of people from different tribes. However, Nahuatl language was the most widely spoken language in the region. Aztec names drew their inspiration from religion and nature. Thus it was common to name the Aztec children after some deity in addition to being named after some precious or useful object of nature. Some Aztec names could be given to both males and females..."

“Names have power.” ~ Rick Riordan Aztec society was a multi-ethnic society composed of people from different tribes. However, Nahuatl language was the most widely spoken language in the region. Aztec names drew their inspiration from religion and nature. Thus it was common to name the Aztec children after some deity in addition to being named after some precious or useful object of nature. Some Aztec names could be given to both males and females..."

“As the Wheel of Time turns, places wear many names. Men wear many names, many faces. Different faces, but always the same man. Yet no one knows the Great Pattern the Wheel weaves, or even the Pattern of an Age. We can only watch, and study, and hope.”    ~  Robert Jordan   <3 lis

“As the Wheel of Time turns, places wear many names. Men wear many names, many faces. Different faces, but always the same man. Yet no one knows the Great Pattern the Wheel weaves, or even the Pattern of an Age. We can only watch, and study, and hope.” ~ Robert Jordan <3 lis

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