Stone of Tizoc, or Sacrificial Stone is a large, round, carved stone in the Aztec cultural heritage, created in 1480s, and rediscovered on 17 December 1791. It is thought to have been a quauhxicalli, in which the hearts of victims of sacrifice were placed. Located in the National Anthropology Museum, Mexico City.
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