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Deutsch: Stein der fünften Sonne (auch "Aztekenkalender" genannt): Der Stein wurde 1479 unter der Herrschaft des 6. Aztekenherrschers Axayacatl als Monument zu Ehren der Sonne sowie als Opferstein hergestellt. Aufgestellt war er im Haupttempel von Tenochtitlan. Nach der Zerstörung des Tempels durch die Spanier im Jahr 1520 wurde der Stein vergraben. Nach seiner Wiederauffindung im Jahr 1790 wurde er im Westturm der Kathedrale von Mexiko Stadt aufbewahrt und 1885 in das "Nationale Museum für Anthropologie und Geschichte" verbracht.
English: Monolith of the Stone of the Sun, also named Aztec calendar stone (National Museum of Anthropology and History, Mexico City).
Español: Monolito de la Piedra del Sol, también llamado Calendario azteca (Museo nacional de Antropología e Historia, Ciudad de México).
Français : Monolithe de la Pierre du soleil, également appelé Calendrier aztèque (Musée National d'Anthropologie et d'Histoire, Mexico). Pierre aztèque en basalte d'un diamètre de 3,6 m pesant 24 tonnes découverte au Mexique à la fin du XVIIIe siècle.
Português: Monolith da Pedra do Sol, também chamado de calendário asteca (Museu Nacional de Antropologia e História, Cidade do México).
Русский: Монолит Камня Солнца, которого тоже звали ацтекского календаря (Национальный музей антропологии и истории, Мехико).
한국어: 네 개의 멸망한 세상과 중간의 지금의 세상을 보여주는 돌판.
עברית: אבן השמש האצטקית המקורית המוצגת במוזיאון
Italiano: Monolito della Pietra del Sole, così chiamato calendario azteco (Museo Nazionale di Antropologia e Storia, Città del Messico)
Nederlands: Monoliet van de Steen van de Zon, zo genoemd Azteekse kalender (Nationaal Museum voor Antropologie en Geschiedenis, Mexico-stad)
Suomi: Monoliitti Auringon kivi, niin nimeksi atsteekkien kalenteri (National Museum of antropologian ja historian, Mexico City)
Norsk bokmål: Monolith of the Stone of the Sun, så kalt Aztec kalenderen (Nasjonalmuseet for antropologi og historie, Mexico City)
Svenska: Monolit av sten i solen, så heter Aztec kalender (National Museum of Anthropology och historia, Mexico City)
Română: Monolit din Piatra Soarelui, de asemenea, numit calendar Aztec (Muzeul National de Antropologie si Istorie, Mexico City)
Bahasa Melayu: Monolith Batu Matahari, yang juga bernama kalendar Aztec (Muzium Antropologi dan Sejarah, Bandar Mexico)
Polski: Monolit z Kamienia Słońca, również o nazwie kalendarz Azteków (Narodowe Muzeum Antropologii i Historii, Meksyk)
中文: México goân-pán ê Aztec Ji̍t-thaû Chio̍h
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