Chaska, in the mythology of the Peruvians, was the god of the morning star. He had a separate temple in the wall surrounding the great sun-temple, where all kinds of offerings were brought to him. The name is significant of the long hairs (symbol of rays) of gold, with which he was represented. As companion of the sun he was also called its page.

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