Votive Vessel with Chicomecoatl (left) Xilonen (right) Deity Images / Chicomecoatl votive vessel, detail of face and hands / Late Postclassic; Creation date: ca. 1500
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About this Item
- Culture: Aztec
- Discovery location: Tlahuac, Mexico City (Distrito Federal, Mexico)
- Repository: Museo Nacional de Antropología (Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico)
- clay, paint, firing (heating) , painting (coating)
- 106x74x51 cm (41.73x29.13x20.08 inches)
- Pottery (object genre)
- Votive images
- Aztec pottery
- Aztec gods
- Chicomecoatl (Aztec deity)
- Xilonen (Aztec deity)
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- Image Record ID
- Digital filename
- Classification Filing Number
- 483J;6AZ;64VVM 2c;*.r-digitalonly
- Date Added/Updated
- 2012-11-25 05:03:00
- History of Art, VRC Image Bank
- Image Size
- 1768 x 2188
- File Size
- 515 KB
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History of Art Department, Visual Resource Collections. Image 984408. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. URL: https://quod.lib.umich.edu/h/hart/x-984408/05d113152. September 24, 2022.