- goddess of maize. [Aztec Myth.: Jobes, 322].
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- Ensalada Chicomecoatl (Dios de Maíz).
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- esta la candela en el medio y alla la ofrecen a la Diosa Chicomecoatl, Diosa de los chicomecoatl.
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- a ca oconmouiquilitiaque in unueltihuatzin, in chicomecoatl, in tonacayotl: 6 Chicomecoatl, 7-Serpent, was lhe goddess of all the fruits of thc earlh.
- Many of the great American civilizations were based on maize
- Chicomecoatl ensured the success of the maize harvest. The Maya god that protected farmers' fields was Yum Kaax.
- Chicomecoatl - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In Aztec mythology, Chicomecoatl "Seven snakes", was the Aztec goddess of maize during the Middle Culture period.
- Mar 3, 1997 'Seven snakes'. The Aztec goddess of maize during the Middle Culture period.
- Maize Deity (Chicomecoatl) [Mexico; Aztec] (00.5.51) | Heilbrunn
- Among the many female deities worshipped by the Aztecs, those responsible for agricultural fertility held a prominent place.
- Chicomecoatl: Chicomecoatl, Serpent Goddess of Maize in Aztec
- Chicomecoatl was the Aztec goddess of maize, food, and fertility.
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