Cenzontotochtin in Mexican mythology, is the god of wine, who, from the effects of this driik, has two surnames, Tequechmekaianin, "the murderer," and Teatlahuiani, "the stupefier." He had a temple with four hundred priests. In the thirteenth month of the Mexican year human sacrifices were brought him at his festival.

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