15" Aztec Calendar Eagle Warrior Plaque Maya Mayan Peru Inca Sculpture Statue Aztlan Pottery Art Hand-Painted From Mexico 017

Brand: Aztec Roots


  • Stone-mix
  • Not Resin "Plastic"
  • Personally Hand-painted
  • Sun-resistant
  • Rain-resistant

Details: The Aztec Eagle Warrior Plaque is hand-painted by an experienced artisan from Mexico City, Mexico. It measures approximately 15'' X 10.5" inches and has a metal loop on the back which is used to for hanging. The material of the Aztec Eagle Warrior is stone mix and will have slight differences as they are each painted personally by hand. All purchased products are safely and carefully packaged with bubble wrap in order for your calendar to arrive in safe condition. All packages that are shipped within the United States will be delivered by FedEx. We do not ship to PO BOX, FPO or APO. Don't settle for Resin "Plastic" Buy Stone-mix, it's Sun and Rain-resistant. Eagle warriors or eagle knights were a special class of infantry soldier in the Aztec army, one of the two leading military orders in Aztec society. They were a type of Aztec warrior called a cuāuhocēlōtl. The word cuāuhocēlōtl derives from the eagle warrior cuāuhtli and the jaguar warrior ocēlōtl. These military orders were made up of the bravest soldiers of noble birth and those who had taken the greatest number of prisoners in battle. Of all of the Aztec warriors, they were the most feared. Eagle warriors, along with the jaguar warriors, were the only such classes which did not restrict access solely to the nobility, as commoners or, in Nahuatl, "mācēhualli" were occasionally admitted for special merit. The eagles were soldiers of the Sun, for the eagle was the symbol of the Sun.