In Aztec mythology, Centeōtl senˈteoːt͡ɬ (also known as Centeocihuatl or Cinteotl) is the maize deity. cintli ˈsint͡ɬi means `dried maize still on the cob` and teōtl ˈteoːt͡ɬ means `deity`. According to the Florentine Codex, Centeotl is the son of the earth goddess, Tlazolteotl and solar deity Piltzintecuhtli, the planet Mercury. ...
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(from the article `Chicomecóatl`) ...the most ancient and important goddesses in the Valley of Mexico. The number seven in her name is associated with luck and generative power. She ...
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