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They journeyed together and in friendship southward, down the coast, quite to the volcanoes of Guatemala, thence to Tamoanchan, which is described as the terrestial [TN-1] paradise, and afterwards, some of them at least, northward and eastward, toward the shores of the Gulf.
Depiction of the departure from Aztln in the 16th Century Codex Boturini … While Aztln has many trappings of myth, similar to Tamoanchan, Chicomoztoc, …
Tamoanchan, IV, 1, etc. "We seek our home," a name applied to the
I, Xochiquetzal, go forth willingly to the dancing place by the water, going forth to the houses in Tamoanchan.