29.5X41.5 Acryllic on canvas by Gica Framed. Completed 22Feb15

From the Nuttall Codex. Depicts a 12th century royal Meso-American wedding feast celebrated by sharing a cup of frothy cocoa. EK-CHUAH the god of chocolate and merchants appears in the painting along with Zpiyacoc is also depicted, one of the 13 creator gods. Humab Ko, the large circle top center is the Yucatec Maya symbol for the ONLY GOD. The Mayan icons or symbols lining the bottom represent days of the week, and the groupings of dots are numbers.

"Mayan Wedding Feast"

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