Central American - An Aztec goddess. A name of Cihuacoatl as old goddess. In this role, she was the wife of Mixcoatl and bore seven sons, each of whom founded a major city. She is also depicted as Tlaltecuhtli. Occasionally known as Ilamatecuhtli, Cihuacoatl, Cihuacoatl, Chikha, Ciuacoatl, Ciuateotl, Serpent Woman, Snake Woman, Temazcalteci, Teteoinnan, Tona(n)tzin, Coatlicue, Coatlicue, Chicomecohuatl, Coatlantona, I(t)zpapalotl, Robe of Serpents, Serpent Skirt, Tlazolteotl, Old Princess, Old Princess, Tlaltecuhtli, Tlaltecuhtli or Tlatecuhtli.

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