Mexico: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, 2019. 1st ed. Staplebound Wraps. 16p., map, photos, bibl., New. Item #186891
The excavations of the Templo Mayor project have brought to light a large number of shell objects, some of them pearly. In many cases these are attributes of certain deities: the Epcololli earrings, distinctive of Ehécatl-Quetzalcóatl; the Anáhuatl pectoral, characteristic of Tezcatlipoca, and the Xopilcó earrings, carry the gods of music and dance. The study of archaeological contexts has revealed that these elements were associated with other objects to form complex outfits.