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This 3D model represents the Aztec goddess of fresh water Chalchiuhtlicue. Her domain included lakes, rivers, and streams. She, but she also became the patron saint of navigation and it is believed that she was the protector of women in labor and their newborn babies.

Chalchiuhtlicue is usually depicted wearing a green stone skirt, a diadem adorned with acorns, and a folded paper placed around her neck. On her chest, a red triangle symbolizes her pilgrimage condition. The original sculpture is estimated to have been made between 1325-1521 and is currently in the French museum on Quai Branly in Paris.

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