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Table; Miller and Taube, 1993: 132, 175). By the same token, the god Yahul of the Mixtecs and Zapotecs is often portrayed wearing a turtle shell, and this supernatural being may be related to thunder and lightning (Miller and Taube, 1993: 175, 191). 8). , 1993: 65). It has been concluded that there is a symbolism of a circular earth, “a form apparently conceptualised as a great turtle surrounded by 6 The use of letters from the Roman alphabet to name Maya gods was developed by Schellhas, who previously referred to God N as the “God of the End of the Year” because of the hieroglyphic symbols denoting the end of the year that are associated with this representation (Schellhas, 1904: 37).
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