Cinteteo

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In Aztec mythology, the Cinteteo (Nahuatl pronunciation: [sinteːˈteoʔ]) are the four gods of maize. They are sons of the goddess Centeotl and the god Cinteotl. Their names are Iztac-Cinteotl (meaning white corn), Tlatlauhca-Cinteotl (meaning red corn), Cozauhca-Cinteotl (meaning yellow corn), Yayauhca-Cinteotl (meaning black corn).[1]

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  1. Biblioteca Porrúa. Imprenta del Museo Nacional de Arqueología, Historia y Etnología, ed. (1905). Diccionario de Mitología Nahua (in Spanish). México. p. 87. ISBN 978-9684327955. <templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>