Tlaloc

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Tlaloc, Codex Borgia.
Statua Tlaloc in Mexico.

Tlaloc est Aztecorum deus pluviae et fertilitatis, cui saepe in sacrificium iuvenes immolabantur. Secundum mythologiam Aztecorum, Tlaloc dominatus est in tertiam aetatem mundi, sive Aetatem Pluviarum, in qua terribilis pluvia ignea terram vastavit, ut aves soli superesse possent. Haec aetas Navatlace est Nauiquiauitl.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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