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San Juan Achiutla

the promontory and the ''Siki Tinduu''. It is the primordial lake concept, which like the darkness, is a metaphor for the area which saw the today's world creation. thumb ''Negrito'' Stone, Mixtec household utensil used from pre-Columbian times to the 20th century first half, to insert into the center firewood and light in the dark to do chores like grinding ''nixtamal (File:Piedra Negrito.jpg)'' early in the morning. Basalt. Diameter 13 cm. high 8 cms. San Juan Achiutla :The two priests led stones


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