Xalapa Museum - 2001 - This large stone carving is from between 1400-1521 CE.

On the left side is Tlaloc, the Rain God. He has a jade necklace & is also carrying paper. To the right is the Goddess Chalciutlicue or Tlazolteotl who has a 'baston-serpiente.' This carving is believed to represent the forces involved in growing corn.

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