Aztec T-shirt – Tepeyollotl


Aztec T-shirt – Tepeyollotl
Unveil the mystique of Tepeyollotl (Tepēyōllōtl), the Aztec god of mountains and earthquakes, through our Aztec art T-shirt inspired by Codex Borgia. This great conversation starter for history enthusiasts invites you to explore the rich variety of ancient Aztec mythology embodied in the deity’s intricate design.
Each product in our collection is inspired by the intricate art, iconic sculptures and symbols drawn by ancient artists with our own modern and unique touch. This product is distinctive and lively, as it represents the beauty of the ancient culture in a stylish manner.
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Artefact: Codex Borgia
Current Location: Vatican Library
Also known by name: Codex Borgianus, Manuscrit de Veletri, Codex Yohualli Ehecatl
Date: Between 1250 – 1521

Tepeyollotli is an Aztec deity associated with mountains, hills, and earthquakes in Aztec mythology. The name “Tepeyollotl” can be translated as “Heart of the Mountain” or “Heart of the Hill,” emphasizing the god’s connection to these geographical features.

Tepeyollotli is often depicted as a monstrous creature, sometimes portrayed with jaguar features and a prominent heart on the chest. The Aztecs believed that earthquakes were caused by the movement of Tepeyollotli within the earth, and this god was associated with the regenerative and transformative forces found in the mountains and hills.

Codex Borgia is a pre-Columbian Mesoamerican manuscript that provides valuable insights into the religious and cultural practices of the Aztec civilization. The codex is believed to have been created in the region of central Mexico, which was the heartland of the Aztec Empire. Named after the Italian cardinal Stefano Borgia, who owned the manuscript in the 18th century.

The artefact is a significant example of the indigenous pictorial writing system used by the Aztecs, known as the codex format. It consists of a series of folded sheets made from animal skins, forming a long, rectangular accordion-like book. The intricate illustrations and hieroglyphic symbols in the Codex Borgia depict various aspects of Aztec cosmology, religion, rituals, and divination.

The content of is primarily focused on the divinatory and ritual aspects of Aztec life. It contains detailed depictions of gods, ceremonies, and calendrical information. The images are accompanied by hieroglyphic texts, which scholars have studied to unravel the meanings and significance of the scenes depicted.


  • 100% combed and ring-spun cotton
  • Lightweight fabric: 4.2 oz/y² (142 g/m²)
  • Retail fit
  • Unisex sizing
  • Coverstitched collar and sleeves
  • Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
  • Side seams


Machine wash cold, inside-out.
Use non-chlorine bleach, only when necessary.
Tumble dry low, or hang-dry for longest life.
Cool iron inside-out if necessary. Do not iron decoration.
Do not dry clean.
Wear with pride and respect ancient cultures

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How to measure

  1. Length:
    Place the end of the tape beside the collar at the top of the tee (Highest Point Shoulder). Pull the tape measure to the bottom of the shirt.
  2. Chest:
    Measure yourself around the fullest part of your chest. Keep the tape measure horizontal.
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