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Aztec little sun The Aztec solar calendar Stone is a unique creation of the Mexicans. It is carved on a boulder, much like a disc, with a diameter of 3.6 meters and a weight of 24 tons. It is a monument dedicated to the sun god by the Mexicans. Originally decorated on the wall of the Temple of Notitlan, the Spaniards destroyed the temple, but the solar calendar Stone miraculously survived. During the Spanish colonial era, thousands of Indians still worshiped this stone plate, and it was buried in Mexico for a period of time. Underground in the city's main square, it was rediscovered in 1790 and kept in the museum. The Aztecs of Mexico were originally a nomadic tribe, living in the Aztlan or Azcatitra area, that is, in the northwestern part of Mexico. This place was also called Chikomoztok, which means seven caves. According to historical records, in about the 14th century, this tribe decided to build a capital here and named it Tenoch after seeing a local eagle standing on a cactus pecking at a snake. Titland means the Stone of water. Later, the national emblem of Mexico also adopted the pattern of the eagle eating the snake; the Aztec art themes have always been inseparable from the images of snakes, eagles, and cacti. The plastic arts of the Aztecs inherited the Toltec and Mayan traditions, and had a very high level of architecture and sculpture, especially its sculptures, whose meanings are very mysterious, as if they were not just for viewing purposes. Some carvings are used as ceremonial items, and the symbols on the carvings can only be deciphered by the priest or clergy who presides over the ceremony. This Aztec calendar Stone is one such sculpture. The calendar stone was originally placed flat on a pedestal in front of an eagle. Carved side up, worshipped as a totem of the sun god. The calendar Stone is a perfect circle, with a diameter of 360 cm and a weight of about 24 tons. The central image is the face of the sun god Tonatius; the Aztec calendar and various symbols and patterns used to explain the universe are engraved around it. The Aztec astronomical view is that the universe has gone through four cycles, and each cycle has a sun. Now that the four suns have disappeared one after another, the fifth sun is inscribed in the center of this calendar Stone disc. Four suns that no longer exist are engraved on it, up and down, left and right, and calendar symbols are engraved around the disk. Along the ring around it that is in contact with the sun's rays, there are pictures and texts of 20 days a month. It is surrounded by a ring-shaped pattern composed of two large snakes, with the head of the snake at the lower end. The edge of the calendar Stone is engraved with stars and flint, representing patterns of day, sunlight and sky. This solar calendar Stone was buried under the main square of Mexico City during the Spanish colonial rule. Only excavated in 1790, it is now housed in the Mexican Museum of Anthropology, where it hangs on a wall. In 1977, archaeologists in Mexico unearthed another stone sculpture of the moon goddess that echoed this calendar Stone . It was also disc-shaped, weighed about 10 tons, and had a diameter of more than three meters. The two discs are slightly different in size, and the Mexican archaeologist Luz pointed out in Stone Stone art: Aztec art reflects the understanding of the endlessness of human struggle. They believe that human death is the continuation of life, because death originates from the instinct of life. The ancient Aztecs' view of the endless reincarnation of the universe is the best evidence for our understanding of this solar calendar stone carving art. And this pair of Aztec little suns🌞 are very special and fine, not only are the carvings good, but even the small notches on the side represent the rays of the sun, which are very fine, very shiny when worn, and have a black contrast, look Up mysterious and shiny, absolutely special edition, And wearing it really feels like the sun is very high, very shiny and powerful in it, it really is the sun god 🌞 full of light, So wearing it has a sense of happiness and strength Like shining sun 😄😘❤️👍🏻 Aztec little sun🌞, totally for u 🙏🏻💕 Only 1 out of print

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Aztec little sun The Aztec solar calendar Stone is a unique creation of the Mexicans. It is carved on a boulder, much like a disc, with a diameter of 3.6 meters and a weight of 24 tons. It is a monument dedicated to the sun god by the Mexicans. Originally decorated on the walls of the Temple of Stone, the Spaniards destroyed the temple, but the solar calendar miraculously survived

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