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Aztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection

Step back in time with our Aztec Temples and Carvings Historic Greeting Cards collection. Each card features intricate and vibrant depictions of ancient Aztec temples and intricate carvings, transporting you to the heart of this fascinating civilization. Perfect for sending a thoughtful message to friends and family, these cards are a unique and culturally rich addition to any correspondence. Made with high-quality paper and printed with meticulous attention to detail, these cards are a must-have for history enthusiasts and anyone looking to add a touch of ancient wonder to their mail.

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Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: TENOCHTITLAN (MEXICO CITY). Great Tenochtitlan / The Market: detail from Diego Riveras mural of

TENOCHTITLAN (MEXICO CITY). Great Tenochtitlan / The Market: detail from Diego Riveras mural of market day in the Aztec
TENOCHTITLAN (MEXICO CITY). Great Tenochtitlan/The Market: detail from Diego Riveras mural of market day in the Aztec capital. The Great Temple is seen in background

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: NATL2A-00001

NATL2A-00001
Temple ceremony in an Aztec city. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Teocalli temple pyramid of the Aztecs, Mexico city. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Verico

Teocalli temple pyramid of the Aztecs, Mexico city. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Verico from Giulio
FLO4622083 Teocalli temple pyramid of the Aztecs, Mexico city. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Verico from Giulio Ferrario's Ancient and Modern Costumes of all the Peoples of the World

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Tikal in Guatemala

Tikal in Guatemala
The Tikal temple complex in Guatemala

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Mexico - Teotihuacan - Temple of Quetzacoatal

Mexico - Teotihuacan - Temple of Quetzacoatal
Mexico - Teotihuacan - Aztec Pyramid Temple of Quetzalcoatl ( The Temple of the Feathered Serpent ) - elaborate exterior stone carving with dragon and lizard heads

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Mexico / Tenochtitlan

Mexico / Tenochtitlan
A reconstruction of the Front wall and Entrance Gate of Tenochtitlan, the capital of the Aztecs, above which modern Mexico City now stands

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Mexico, Mexico City, Aztec, Templo Mayor, Great Temple, Wall of Skulls, Metropolitan

Mexico, Mexico City, Aztec, Templo Mayor, Great Temple, Wall of Skulls, Metropolitan Cathedral in Background, Centro Historico

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Busts of sacred idols of the Aztecs, Mexico City. Kneeling idol Chalchiuhtlicue with pearl headdress

Busts of sacred idols of the Aztecs, Mexico City. Kneeling idol Chalchiuhtlicue with pearl headdress
FLO4622076 Busts of sacred idols of the Aztecs, Mexico City. Kneeling idol Chalchiuhtlicue with pearl headdress and triangular neckerchief

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Indian of America: Ceremony in an Aztec temple in Tenochtitlan (ancient city of Mexico)

Indian of America: Ceremony in an Aztec temple in Tenochtitlan (ancient city of Mexico). 19th century colour engraving
NWI4899991 Indian of America: Ceremony in an Aztec temple in Tenochtitlan (ancient city of Mexico). 19th century colour engraving.; (add.info.: Indian of America)

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: PONCE DE LEON, Juan (1460-1521). Spanish conqueror of Puerto Rico (1508)

PONCE DE LEON, Juan (1460-1521). Spanish conqueror of Puerto Rico (1508) and discoverer of Florida (1502)
CUL4870005 PONCE DE LEON, Juan (1460-1521). Spanish conqueror of Puerto Rico (1508) and discoverer of Florida (1502). Juan Ponce battles the natives of Florida

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Ceremony of Aztec Adoration in the Temple of the Sun (Mexico City, Mexico)

Ceremony of Aztec Adoration in the Temple of the Sun (Mexico City, Mexico)
NWI4900226 Ceremony of Aztec Adoration in the Temple of the Sun (Mexico City, Mexico). With a conquistador observing the ritual scene, 15th-16th century

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Ms Laur. Med. Palat. 220 f.437v Huitzilopochtli, god of storms

Ms Laur. Med. Palat. 220 f.437v Huitzilopochtli, god of storms and war in front of a temple from a history of
BEN85072 Ms Laur. Med. Palat. 220 f.437v Huitzilopochtli, god of storms and war in front of a temple from a history of the Aztecs and the conquest of Mexico, Spanish

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Spanish conquistadors with their native Tlazcalan allies attack an Aztec temple

Spanish conquistadors with their native Tlazcalan allies attack an Aztec temple
532996 Spanish conquistadors with their native Tlazcalan allies attack an Aztec temple. 19th century (copy of section of drawings of Lienzo de Tlazcala lost during Mexican revolution)

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Mexico, Mexico City, Walls Of The Templo Mayor, Aztec Ruins, Great Temple, Tenochtitlan

Mexico, Mexico City, Walls Of The Templo Mayor, Aztec Ruins, Great Temple, Tenochtitlan, Cathedral In Background, Temple Buried Underneath The Main Plaza, Centro Historico

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Idol, Teoyaomiqui i.e. Coatlicue, between 1880 and 1897. Creator: William H. Jackson

Idol, Teoyaomiqui i.e. Coatlicue, between 1880 and 1897. Creator: William H. Jackson
Idol, Teoyaomiqui i.e. Coatlicue, between 1880 and 1897

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Ancient Carvings Aztec Eagle Warriors Palace, Templo Mayor, Mexico City, Mexico

Ancient Carvings Aztec Eagle Warriors Palace, Templo Mayor, Mexico City, Mexico. Great Aztec Temple created from 1325 to 1521

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Aztec Statuettes - Idols - In the National Museum of Mexico

Aztec Statuettes - Idols - In the National Museum of Mexico, Mexico City. Date: 1910s

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Mexico, Mexico City, Aztec Chacmool, Sculpture, Templo Mayor, Great Temple, Tenochtitlan

Mexico, Mexico City, Aztec Chacmool, Sculpture, Templo Mayor, Great Temple, Tenochtitlan, Centro Historico

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Mexico, Yucatan, Chichen Itza, El Castillo

Mexico, Yucatan, Chichen Itza, El Castillo
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Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Aztec hieroglyphic manuscript in the Vatican library (lithograph)

Aztec hieroglyphic manuscript in the Vatican library (lithograph)
3672254 Aztec hieroglyphic manuscript in the Vatican library (lithograph) by Unknown Artist, (19th century); Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Montezuma is allowed to be seen in public

Montezuma is allowed to be seen in public, by going out to his Temples... Historia de la Conquista de Mexico, poblacion, y progresos de la America septentrional

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: The Great Aztec Temple at Tenochtitlan

The Great Aztec Temple at Tenochtitlan. Dedicated to the god of war. Built in a large square, with an ashlar wall, carved on the outside with different loops of chained snakes. Engraving

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Central American Antiquities, detail of two step pyramids, plate 47 from The History of

Central American Antiquities, detail of two step pyramids, plate 47 from The History of the Nations (aquatint)
STC94495 Central American Antiquities, detail of two step pyramids, plate 47 from The History of the Nations (aquatint) (detail of 94494) by Italian School

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Ancient Aztec Idol; An Ascent of the Cofre de Perote, Mexico, 1875. Creator: Unknown

Ancient Aztec Idol; An Ascent of the Cofre de Perote, Mexico, 1875. Creator: Unknown
Ancient Aztec Idol; An Ascent of the Cofre de Perote, Mexico, 1875. From, Illustrated Travels by H.W. Bates. [Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, c1880, London] Belle Sauvage Works.London E.C

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Fol. 70v Human Sacrifice, 1579 (vellum)

Fol. 70v Human Sacrifice, 1579 (vellum)
XIR204795 Fol. 70v Human Sacrifice, 1579 (vellum) by Duran, Diego (16th century); Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid, Spain; (add.info.: Codex Duran, Historia de las Indias; )

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Representation of Tenochtitlan, former Aztec capital that was shot dead by Cortes in 1521

Representation of Tenochtitlan, former Aztec capital that was shot dead by Cortes in 1521
LSE4113075 Representation of Tenochtitlan, former Aztec capital that was shot dead by Cortes in 1521. In " The old and modern costume", 1819-1820 by Jules Ferrario

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Ruins of a Temple, South America, 1896 (w / c and bodycolour)

Ruins of a Temple, South America, 1896 (w / c and bodycolour)
6452880 Ruins of a Temple, South America, 1896 (w/c and bodycolour) by Thiele, Franz (1868-1945); 35x54.5 cm; Private Collection

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Mexico: Teocalle, or Aztec temple (engraving)

Mexico: Teocalle, or Aztec temple (engraving)
7193023 Mexico: Teocalle, or Aztec temple (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Teocalle, or Aztec temple)

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: The amazing city of Tenochtitlan (gouache on paper)

The amazing city of Tenochtitlan (gouache on paper)
LAL302375 The amazing city of Tenochtitlan (gouache on paper) by Marshall, John (fl.1840-96); Private Collection; (add.info.: Second Sight: The Amazing Capital of the Aztecs)

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Head of Xilonen, the Goddess of Young Maize, 1400 / 1500. Creator: Unknown

Head of Xilonen, the Goddess of Young Maize, 1400 / 1500. Creator: Unknown
Head of Xilonen, the Goddess of Young Maize, 1400/1500

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Coronation Stone of Motecuhzoma II (Stone of the Five Suns), 1503. Creator: Unknown

Coronation Stone of Motecuhzoma II (Stone of the Five Suns), 1503. Creator: Unknown
Coronation Stone of Motecuhzoma II (Stone of the Five Suns), 1503. Large plaque of stone carved with animal and geometric hieroglyphs

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Atlantean columns on Pyramid B in form of Toltec warriors, 1300-1000 BC)

Atlantean columns on Pyramid B in form of Toltec warriors, 1300-1000 BC)
LRI4680092 Atlantean columns on Pyramid B in form of Toltec warriors, 1300-1000 BC) by Toltec; (add.info.: Precolombian art)

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Conquete of Mexico: destruction of Tenochtitlan, capital of the Aztec empire

Conquete of Mexico: destruction of Tenochtitlan, capital of the Aztec empire
JLJ4599316 Conquete of Mexico: destruction of Tenochtitlan, capital of the Aztec empire, by the armees of the conquistador Hernan Cortes (Hernando Cortez) (1485-1547)

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Aztec civilization: worship of the god Huitzilopochtli. Central America, mid-14th century

Aztec civilization: worship of the god Huitzilopochtli. Central America, mid-14th century
XEE4159065 Aztec civilization: worship of the god Huitzilopochtli. Central America, mid-14th century. Engraving in " Journal des Voyages" of September 3, 1899

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: An Aztec stone figure of a Macuilxochitl, c. 1200-1521 (stone)

An Aztec stone figure of a Macuilxochitl, c. 1200-1521 (stone)
1767152 An Aztec stone figure of a Macuilxochitl, c.1200-1521 (stone) by Aztec; 58 high cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: An Aztec stone figure of a Macuilxochitl, Ca. A.D. 1200-1521. 58cm high)

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Ruins of Aztec Temple of Tuloom (engraving)

Ruins of Aztec Temple of Tuloom (engraving)
655289 Ruins of Aztec Temple of Tuloom (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ruins of Aztec Temple of Tuloom)

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Eagle warrior from the House of the Eagles, dated to c. 1469 (terracotta)

Eagle warrior from the House of the Eagles, dated to c. 1469 (terracotta)
REV397397 Eagle warrior from the House of the Eagles, dated to c. 1469 (terracotta) by Aztec; Museo del Templo Mayor, Mexico City

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Tlacuache (wood)

Tlacuache (wood)
XJL379446 Tlacuache (wood) by Aztec (14th-16th century); Museo Arqueologico, Mexico City, Mexico; out of copyright

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Coatlicue, Late Post Classic Period (1300-1521) (stone)

Coatlicue, Late Post Classic Period (1300-1521) (stone)
JPC217528 Coatlicue, Late Post Classic Period (1300-1521) (stone) by Aztec; height 93 cm; Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico City

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Plate from Ancient Monuments of Mexico, 1866 (litho)

Plate from Ancient Monuments of Mexico, 1866 (litho)
STC95311 Plate from Ancient Monuments of Mexico, 1866 (litho) by Waldeck, Johann Friedrich Maximilian von (1766-1875) (after); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection; German, out of copyright

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: The Great Temple of Vitsliputsli in Mexico City, illustration from

The Great Temple of Vitsliputsli in Mexico City, illustration from
STC89248 The Great Temple of Vitsliputsli in Mexico City, illustration from Religious Ceremonies and Customs, engraved by Bernard Picart (1673-1733) 1722 (engraving) by French School

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Tlaltecuhtli (stone)

Tlaltecuhtli (stone)
JPC230626 Tlaltecuhtli (stone) by Aztec; 106 cm cm; Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico City, Mexico; out of copyright

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Brazier representing Tlacoc, Late Post Classic Period (ceramic)

Brazier representing Tlacoc, Late Post Classic Period (ceramic)
JPC217584 Brazier representing Tlacoc, Late Post Classic Period (ceramic) by Aztec; Museo del Templo Mayor, Mexico City, Mexico; out of copyright

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: The Great Calendar Stone, Late Post Classic Period (1300-1521) (stone) (see also 207555)

The Great Calendar Stone, Late Post Classic Period (1300-1521) (stone) (see also 207555)
JPC207556 The Great Calendar Stone, Late Post Classic Period (1300-1521) (stone) (see also 207555) by Aztec; diam. 360 cm; Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico City, Mexico; out of copyright

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Carving of the dismemberment of the moon goddess Coyolxauhqui

Carving of the dismemberment of the moon goddess Coyolxauhqui
JPC207552 Carving of the dismemberment of the moon goddess Coyolxauhqui, found at the foot of the twin pyramid in Tenochtitlan

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Quetzalcoatl (stone)

Quetzalcoatl (stone)
XIR239759 Quetzalcoatl (stone) by Aztec; Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico City, Mexico; (add.info.: protected Aztec rulers and their families; ); out of copyright

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: Ehecatl, God of Wind (onyx)

Ehecatl, God of Wind (onyx)
XBP343622 Ehecatl, God of Wind (onyx) by Aztec; Private Collection; Photo eBoltin Picture Library; out of copyright

Background imageAztec temples and carvings Greetings Card Collection: View of the Great Pyramid of Cholula, Mexico

View of the Great Pyramid of Cholula, Mexico
View of the Great Pyramid of Cholula or Tlachihualtepetl of the Aztecs, Mexico. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Verico from Giulio Ferrarios Ancient



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