Xiuhtecuhtli is the oldest of the Aztec gods. He is the caretaker, the personification of light in the darkness, warmth in coldness, and life in death. He is a god of light and fire.
The Aztec century was 52 years. At the end of each century, the Aztecs feared that the gods would discontinue their agreements with mankind. Feasts in their honor were held to appease the gods, particularly Xiuhtecuhtli.
Mexican artist Angel Cerón has created a unique rendering of the famed god that almost appears to be an antiquity. Each statue measures about 9 inches high.
Two images are shown for illustration only.
We're showing two statues for illustration only.
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