Chalchihuitlicue in Mexican mythology, was the goddess of water. As water appears in various forms, this goddess also had different names, which designated the attributes in each case. In honor of the goddesses of the water and of the mountains there were five festivals, at which numerous human sacrifices were always offered, especially prisoners of war.

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