La Piedra del Sol es un disco monolítico de basalto de olivino con inscripciones alusivas a la cosmogonía mexica y los cultos solares. Es común e incorrectamente llamada Calendario Azteca. Las interpretaciones sobre la función y el significado de este monolito son diversas entre especialistas desde su re descubrimiento en el siglo XVIII. Probablemente fue una plataforma de combate gladiatorio, involucrado probablemente en la festividad mexica Tlacaxipehualiztli. Mide 3,60 metros de diámetro

La Piedra del Sol es un disco monolítico de basalto de olivino con inscripciones alusivas a la cosmogonía mexica y los cultos solares. Es común e incorrectamente llamada Calendario Azteca. Las interpretaciones sobre la función y el significado de este monolito son diversas entre especialistas desde su re descubrimiento en el siglo XVIII. Probablemente fue una plataforma de combate gladiatorio, involucrado probablemente en la festividad mexica Tlacaxipehualiztli. Mide 3,60 metros de diámetro

National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City. If you ever dreamed of seeing the real Aztec calendar; make sure to stop by.

National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City. If you ever dreamed of seeing the real Aztec calendar; make sure to stop by.

Aztec Calendar Custom Necklace by TheFantasticAztec on Etsy, $149.00

Aztec Calendar Custom Necklace by TheFantasticAztec on Etsy, $149.00

Aztec Sacred Calendar.   The Tonalpohualli, translated as "counting of the days" was a  260-day cycle of 13 months with 20 days each.

Aztec Sacred Calendar. The Tonalpohualli, translated as "counting of the days" was a 260-day cycle of 13 months with 20 days each.

Mayan Zodiac Calendar

Mayan Zodiac Calendar

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The Aztec Calendar Stone, Mexica Sun Stone, Stone of the Sun (Spanish: Piedra del Sol), or Stone of the Five Eras, is a large monolithic sculpture that was excavated in the Zócalo, the main square of Mexico City, on December 17, 1790. It was discovered while Mexico City Cathedral was being repaired. The stone is approximately 12 feet (3.7 m) across and weighs approximately 24 tons.

The Aztec Calendar Stone, Mexica Sun Stone, Stone of the Sun (Spanish: Piedra del Sol), or Stone of the Five Eras, is a large monolithic sculpture that was excavated in the Zócalo, the main square of Mexico City, on December 17, 1790. It was discovered while Mexico City Cathedral was being repaired. The stone is approximately 12 feet (3.7 m) across and weighs approximately 24 tons.

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