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Whether one or more monarchs were buried at the Feathered Serpent Pyramid remains an unresolved question because a large pit under the pyramid and another just in front of its stairway were looted at some time in the past, and almost entirely emptied.
Song: Lord Rattlesnake, Lord Precious Feathered Serpent
Whatever points of law wind up being considered in this case, the test should be whether patrons of the Texas district would accept hearing pre-game prayers addressed to Allah, or Buddha or Goddess, or for that matter, to Zeus, or the Sun, or the Mayans' feathered serpent.
The surfaces of the pyramid are covered with intricate carved decoration representing the feathered serpent, symbol of Quetzalcoatl.
On top is a temple dedicated to the god Kukulcan, the Feathered Serpent.
Quetzalcoatl, the feathered serpent of Aztec and Toltec tradition, lurks in a cornfield near Albuquerque, N.
The first burial pit unearthed near the pyramid, known as the Feathered Serpent Pyramid, was discovered in 1983 by a graduate student now at Brandeis.
Along with inheriting the silver mask, the ultimate sign of purity and goodness, a brave and young Santo must also learn how to manage a vast array of mystical powers with the guidance of Coatl, an ancient feathered serpent.
The site, which lies a couple of hours' drive west of Cancun, is dominated by the 100ft-high step pyramid Temple of Kukulkan, the feathered serpent.
Pssst, I happen to have a small number of Feathered Serpent get-off-the-world tickets which will rush you pounds 50,000 each.
El Castillo is widely believed to have been devoted to the feathered serpent god Kukulcan, but Cruz thinks it may also have been a temple to the rain god Chaac.