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<a href="/mythology/coyolxauhqui_moon.html&edu=high">Coyolxauhqui</a> was the <a href="/earth/moons_and_rings.html&edu=high">Moon</a> goddess according the Aztec mythology. The image above reproduces "The Coyolxauhqui Stone," a giant monolith found at the Great Temple of Tenochtitlan.<p><small><em>Image courtesy of the Museo del Templo Mayor, Mexico.</em></small></p>

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