Mesoamerican God 2 Rabbit

Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by Travis
published on 03 March 2016
Mesoamerican God 2 Rabbit

A sculpture of the Mesoamerican god known to the Aztecs as 2 Rabbit who often represented the pulque gods. These gods represented the alcoholic drink pulque and were also known as the Centzon Totochtin (400 Rabbits). 1100-1300 CE. (Poza Larga. Municipio de Papantla, Veracruz)

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