Toniatu: The Sun Pendant on Cord : "Turtle Island" - Aztec Collection
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The Aztecs believed they were living in the fifth and last creation of the world. They called each creation a sun, because movement of the sun maintained human life, and in many Aztec depictions, the central deity is interpreted as either the sun god, Tonatiuh or the earth god, Tlaltecuhtli.
Fine Pewter (Lead Free) Pendant, Approx. 1.5"H on 33" cord with description card.
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