Centzon Totochtin

Central American - A group of Aztec gods of intoxication. The gods of intoxication were worshipped as rabbits, the number of which indicated the degree of drunkenness. Complete drunkenness was represented by 400 rabbits. Some of these pulque gods were Cohuatzincatl, Ome Tochtli, Papaztac, Patecatl, Quatlapanqui, Teatlahuiani, Tepoxtecatl and Tequechmecauiana. They were depicted with faces painted in red and black, wearing the yaca-metztli, a crescent-shaped nose ornament, long earrings and carrying a shield. Occasionally identified as Centzon Totochtin, Four Hundred Rabbits or Four Hundred Rabbits.

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