Centzon Totochtin

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Dalam mitos Aztek, Centzon Totochtin ("empat ratus arnab"; juga dieja Centzontotochtin) merupakan sekumpulan dewa-dewi yang kerap berhimpun untuk berjamuan, yakni arnab-arnab kedewaan dan dewa-dewi kemabukan. Antara dewa-dewi yang menganggotai kumpulan ini termasuk Tepoztecatl, Texcatzonatl, Colhuatzincatl Macuiltochtli ("arnab lima") dan Ometotchtli ("arnab dua"). Induknya ialah Patecatl dan Mayahuel, dan mungkin bersaudara dengan Ixtlilton.

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