Western façade of the Codz Poop ("Rolled-up matting" in Maya), Altar of the Glyphs and Chultun of the God Chaac in the foreground, originally covered with 250 stone masks of Chaac, the big-nosed god of rain, Puuc Architecture, 700-900 AD, Kabah, Yucatan, Mexico. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Western façade of the Codz Poop ("Rolled-up matting" in Maya), Altar of the Glyphs and Chultun of the God Chaac in the foreground, originally covered with 250 stone masks of Chaac, the big-nosed god of rain, Puuc Architecture, 700-900 AD, Kabah, Yucatan, Mexico. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Chac