Chicomecoatl

In Aztec mythology, Chicomecōātl t͡ʃikomeˈkoːaːt͡ɬ `seven snakes`, was the Aztec goddess of agriculture during the Middle Culture period. She is sometimes called `goddess of nourishment`, a goddess of plenty and the female aspect of corn. Every September a young girl representing Chicomecōātl was sacrificed. The priests decapitated ...
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Chicomecóatl

Aztec goddess of sustenance and, hence, of corn (maize), one of the most ancient and important goddesses in the Valley of Mexico. The number seven ... [1 related articles]
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Chicomecoatl

In Aztec mythology, Chicomecoatl or Xilonen was the goddess of corn and fertility. She was depicted as the wife of Centeotl.
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