IMAGE # Q108
TEOTIHUACAN   'Sacred Place of the Gods'  200bc-700ad Mexico    1987    Mural Frescos JAGUAR Deity -Close -Up-
 w crest of Quetzal feathers, Consuming BLOOD. By 850 AD when the Toltecs were conquering the Maya at Chichen Itza
all that was here were Huge buried Mounds in Ruins which caused them to name (teo) place (ti) God (huaca) sacred.
Go To Jaguar Fresco from 1982

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