As a major deity in the Aztec mythology, Coatlicue played a large role in Aztec arts. the statue, Coatlicue was created between 1300 and 1500 in Tenochtitlan, Mexico. its style suggests that it was typical of this time as there are many other pieces showing similarities. For example, Coyotxauhqui made in 1469, Tlalteahtli made in 1502, and the calendar stone made between 1427 and 1474, which bears a similar face. Coatlicue’s face .