Gold labret and two xiuhcoatl ('fire serpents'), Aztec, Mexico, c1500. The xiuhcoatl are in the form of a sword consisting of a reptile covered in flames, its tail a ray of sunlight. The weapon thought to have been used by Huitzilopochtli, the Aztecs' patron god. From the Museum of the American Indian, New York.
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