Visual Timeline: Aztec Art

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1345 CE - 1521 CE: The Aztec civilization flourishes in Mesoamerica.
1427 CE: The Sun Stone depicting the ages of the five suns of Aztec mythology is carved and set up at Tenochtitlan.
1473 CE: The Coyolxauhqui Stone is carved depicting the Aztec goddess Coyolxauhqui, dismembered by the god Huitzilopochtli.
1485 CE: The Stone of Tizoc is carved depicting the Aztec king Tizoc attacking warriors from the Matlatzinca.
1502 CE: The large stone marker depicting the Aztec goddess Tlaltecuhtli is carved at Tenochtitlan.
1507 CE: The Throne of Motecuhzoma II is carved. Also known as the Monument of Sacred War.
1519 CE: Motecuhzoma II has an image carved of himself on the hillside at Chapultepec.
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