Aztec calendar
The Aztec calendar is the calendar system that was used by the Aztecs as well as other Pre-Columbian peoples of central Mexico. It is one of the Mesoamerican calendars, sharing the basic structure of ...
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Tepeilhuitl
Tepeilhuitl is the name of the thirteenth month of the Aztec calendar.It is also a festival in the Aztec religion dedicated to Popocatepetl, Iztaccihuatl and Tlaloc It is called the festival or fea...
Cuautitlán Izcalli
Cuautitlán Izcalli ([kwautiˈtɬan isˈkaʎi]) is a city and municipality in State of Mexico, Mexico. The name comes from Náhuatl and means 'your house between the trees.'
By 2005 Mexican national in...
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Cipactli
Cipactli (Classical Nahuatl: Cipactli) 'Crocodile' or 'Caiman', was the first day of the Aztec divinatory count of 13 X 20 days (the tonalpohualli), and Cipactonal 'Sign of Cipactli' was considere...
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Panquetzaliztli
Panquetzaliztli is the name of the fifteenth Month of the Aztec calendar. It is also a festival in the Aztec religion dedicated to Huitzilopochtli. The most recent correlations confirm that the 2...
Ochpaniztli
Ochpaniztli is the Eleventh Month of the Aztec calendar. It is also a festival in the Aztec religion dedicated to Toci and Tlazolteotl and is also the month of cleaning or sweeping away.
Xiuhpohualli
The Xiuhpohualli /ʃiwpoːˈwalːi/) (literally, year/xihuitl-count/pohualli) was a 365-day calendar used by the Aztecs and other pre-Columbian Nahua peoples in central Mexico. It was composed of eighte...
Tonalpohualli
The tonalpohualli /toːnaɬpoːˈwalːi/, a Nahuatl word meaning "count of days", is a the Aztec version of the 260-day calendar in use in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica. This calendar is neither solar nor luna...
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Lords of the Night
In Mesoamerican mythology the Lords of the Night are a set of nine gods who each ruled over every ninth night forming a calendrical cycle. Each lord was associated with a particular fortune, bad or go...
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Quecholli
Quecholli is the name of the fourteenth month of the Aztec calendar. It is also a festival in the Aztec religion and the Principal deity is Mixcoatl.It is called the Precious Feather and hunting is...
Toxcatl
Toxcatl (/ˈtoːʃkat͡ɬ/) was the name of the fifth twenty-day month or "veintena" of the Aztec calendar which lasted from approximately the 5th to 22 May and of the festival which was held every year in...
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Huey Tozoztli
Huey Tozoztli also known as Huey Tocoztli is the name of the fourth month of the Aztec calendar.It is also a festival in the Aztec religion dedicated to Tlaloc and other deities.It is called the The...
Tlaxochimaco
Tlaxochimaco is the name of the ninth Month of the Aztec calendar. It is also a festival in the Aztec religion, dedicated to the Aztec God of War Huitzilopochtli. It is called the Bestowal or Birt...
Nemontemi
In the Mesoamerica culture, the nemontemi was the five days between two year cycles, or between 52 year calendar rounds (xiuhmolpilli in Nahuatl, "New Fire ceremony"). It was also called baldíos (wast...
Tonalamatl
The tonalamatl /toːnaˈlaːmatɬ/ is a divinatory almanac used in central Mexico in the decades, and perhaps centuries, leading up to the Spanish conquest. The word itself is Nahuatl in origin, meaning ...
New Fire ceremony
The New Fire ceremony (in Nahuatl xiuhmolpilli—the Binding of the Years) was an Aztec ceremony performed once every 52 years — a full cycle of the Aztec calendar— in order to stave off the end of the ...
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