Aztec Mythology

The bloodthirsty Gods of Ancient Mexico

EAGLE WARRIOR

Aztec information

Also known as Cuāuhocēlōtl, Cuāuhtli, Eagle Man

Picture of the Aztec information Eagle Warrior from our Aztec mythology image library. Illustration by Chas Saunders.

A very impressive ceramic ceremonial sculpture found in the Temple of the Eagle Warriors

Having seen the over life-size original, we feel it was not just made to serve as an amusing artifact. The temple housing the eagles is north of the Templo Mayor in Mexico City. The Eagle Warriors were a military order who went into battle in aid of the sun, probably to capture sacrificial victims.

The Eagle Warrior statue – or statues, as there were two of them – were only discovered in 1980. Perhaps one was a substitute or a stand-in. Or with the Aztec love of dual personalities, perhaps a twin God. Or maybe it was just one they made earlier.

The exact identity of Eagle Warrior has not yet been uncovered. But whoever he is, he is certainly larger than life.

Eagle Warrior Facts and Figures

Name: Eagle Warrior
Pronunciation: Coming soon
Alternative names: Cuāuhocēlōtl, Cuāuhtli, Eagle Man

Gender: Male
Type: information
Celebration or Feast Day: Unknown at present

Role: Unknown at present

Good/Evil Rating: Unknown at present
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Article last revised on April 09, 2019 by the Godchecker data dwarves.
Editors: Peter J. Allen, Chas Saunders

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