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Chicomecoatl

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.
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In Aztec mythology, Chicomecoatl "Seven snakes", was the Aztec goddess of maize during the Middle Culture period.
Chicomecoatl
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.
Chicomecoatl (Aztec goddess) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia

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