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我再想看看有沒有別的辦法可以把圖片插進去,
本來是想第四行要放圖片的。囧興。

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New year runes
Aztec TM
Olmec Two
Natural Zero
Inca One
Arawak Zero
  新年盧恩文
阿茲特克時間
奧梅克2
自然0
印加1
阿拉瓦克0
    Rarity: 20
Rarity: 10
Rarity: 9
Rarity: 8
Rarity: 7
             
  盧恩文:古代北歐民族使用的文字、也可以解釋成神祕的記號
TM? Like Treasure Madness?

It really looks like a two, weird...
This fly stuck in amber has the shape of a zero.

The only one for you...

There are very few arawak stone sculptures and this one looks like a zero.
             
             
  Taino Gods Itiba tahuvava Taino moon goddess God of cohoba Taino sun god Taino totem
  泰諾神 大地女神 月亮女神 泰諾主神 太陽神 泰諾圖騰
  泰諾人:西印度群島一已絕種的印第安種族 Rarity: 9 Rarity: 8 Rarity: 11 Rarity: 9 Rarity: 8
             
    Goddess Mother Earth. Mother of twins representing the four cardinal points or the four winds. Goddess Mother Earth. Mother of twins representing the four cardinal points or the four winds. Main deity Taino. His head was used to move the hallucinogen dust that was inhaled in ceremonies. A beautiful representation of Taino Sun God. God of Snuff. This figure was used as a funerary urn for major characters and loved ones of the tribe.
             
             
  Taino ritual tools Taino duho Olla Majador Maquetaurie guayaba Taino vase
  泰諾祭典器具 吸入器 花瓶
    Rarity: 6 Rarity: 7 Rarity: 11 Rarity: 10 Rarity: 7
             
    This ceremonial seat was used by warlords to preside over ceremonies and rituals. Vessel used in cooking and for ceremonial occasions. Hand mortar used for rituals in the spraying of the ingredients of Cohoba (seeds, shells, leaves). Inhalers used by the Tainos in the rite of cohoba for inhaling dust hallucinogen during the ceremony. Anthromorphic vase in a sitting position represents the God of thinking.
             
             
  Arawak weapons Arawak spear Arawak axe Arawak bow Arawak stone mass Arawak arrow
  阿拉瓦克武器 竹矛 石斧 竹弓 石錘
    Rarity: 2 Rarity: 2 Rarity: 3 Rarity: 1 Rarity: 1
             
    A bamboo spear used for hunting and war. An axe with a blade made of stone, basic but efficient. The favorite weapon of Arawaks. A massive weapon which could be only used by the strongest of men. Still sharp, you should be careful not to hurt yourself.
             
             
  Common Arawak necklaces Arawak pearl necklace Arawak red wood pendant Arawak black stone pendant Arawak shells and pearls necklace Arawak pearl pendant
  阿拉瓦克一般項鍊 珍珠項鍊 紅木吊墜 黑石吊墜 貝殼珍珠項鍊 珍珠吊墜
    Rarity: 4 Rarity: 3 Rarity: 4 Rarity: 5 Rarity: 3
             
    A nice necklace made of sea pearls. A red wooden pendant appreciated by Arawak children. Its dark color protects from the bad spirits. You feel much more secure now... A nice necklace made of pearls with some shells. A colorful necklace.
             
             
  Symbolic Arawak necklaces Arawak bone pendant Arawak bamboo necklace Arawak parade necklace Arawak pendant of command Arawak shaman necklace
  阿拉瓦克象徵性項鍊 骨製吊墜 竹製項鍊 遊街項鍊 掌權者吊墜 薩滿項鍊
    Rarity: 4 Rarity: 4 Rarity: 5 Rarity: 6 Rarity: 5
    A necklace worn by Arawak hunters. You might wonder where the bone comes from... This necklace represents the passage from childhood to adulthood for Arawaks. Reserved for the best Arawak hunters. Symbol of power for Arawak tribe chiefs. Made of a special wood said to be curative.
             
             
             
  Arawak ritual tools Arawak shaman feather Arawak warrior neck guard Arawak ceremonial drum Arawak wood scepter Arawak feather crown
  阿拉瓦克祭典器具 薩滿羽 戰士護頸 祭鼓 木製權杖 羽冠
    Rarity: 8 Rarity: 9 Rarity: 7 Rarity: 10 Rarity: 10
             
    A colorful feather used to pierce the noses of young shamans. Worn by the best warriors during ceremonies. Let's play some music! This scepter was held by chiefs during ceremonies as a symbol of their authority. Another symbol of the power of Arawak chiefs.
             
             
  Insects Scarab Ladybug Stag beetle Locust Capricorn beetle
  昆蟲 金龜子 瓢蟲 鍬形蟲 蝗蟲 天牛
    Rarity: 1 Rarity: 1 Rarity: 3 Rarity: 1 Rarity: 2
    This scarab, of the Scarabaeidae family, is a pitch-black beetle. This ladybug, of the Coccinellidae family, is a beetle with red wings and black dots. This stag beetle, of the Lucanidae family, uses its jaws to wrestle for favoured mating sites. This locust is a grasshopper of the Acrididae family. This species can swarm and damage crops. This capricorn beetle is part of the longhorn beetle family. Its antennae are strong, stout and curved.
             
             
             
  Butterflies Monarch butterfly Geitoneura klugii Siproeta epaphus Black swallowtail Buckeye butterfly
  蝴蝶 帝王蝶 圓點眼蝶 依帕綠蝶 黑尾鳳蝶 鹿眼蝶
    Rarity: 1 Rarity: 2 Rarity: 2 Rarity: 3 Rarity: 4
             
    This monarch is a milkweed butterfly. Its wings have a beautiful black and orange pattern. This Geitoneura Klugii is a butterfly that belongs to the Nymphalidae family. It has a wingspan of 38mm. This siproeta epaphus is a huge butterfly with black and brown wings. This black swallowtail, also known as Papilio polyxenes, is a large black butterfly. This Buckeye butterfly feeds on nectar and also takes fluids from mud and damp sand.
             
             
  Common fossils Ammonite fossil Aspidorhynchus fossil Cicada fossil Giant dragonfly fossil Palm fossil
  一般化石 菊石化石 劍鼻魚化石 蟬化石 巨蜻蜓化石 棕葉化石
    Rarity: 1 Rarity: 4 Rarity: 2 Rarity: 5 Rarity: 3
             
    This 150 million year old fossil of an extinct marine species is exceptionally well-preserved! This fossil of an extinct fish species dates back to 50 million years ago. Exceptional! A well-preserved fossil of a giant tropical insect common in these regions.  Incredible! This is from the late Jurassic period, roughly 150 million years ago! Palm is a very old tropical plant; this fossil must be dating from 70 million years ago. Unbelievable!
             
             
  Rare fossils Coelacanth fossil Jurassic bird fossil Jurassic shrimp fossil Mosquito in amber Trilobite fossil
  稀有化石 腔棘魚化石 侏儸紀鳥化石 侏儸紀蝦化石 含蚊琥珀 三葉蟲化石
    Rarity: 7 Rarity: 12 Rarity: 5 Rarity: 6 Rarity: 6
             
    Appearing first some 400 million years ago, the Coelacanth lived in Paleozoic and Mesozoic eras. Stunning marvel! There were hundreds of Jurassic birds but very few fossils remain! A rare item dating from the middle period of the Mesozoic, 150 millions years ago. A bug caught in amber of the Oligocene-Eocene epochs, 25-40 million years ago. Fascinating... This bug used to live 540 million years ago all over the world.
             
             
  Common gems Amethyst Aquamarine Obsidian Pearl Topaz
  一般寶石 紫水晶 藍寶石 黑曜石 珍珠 黃玉
    Rarity: 7 Rarity: 7 Rarity: 8 Rarity: 10 Rarity: 9
             
    The Amethyst is said to protect its owner from drunkenness. Interesting! This stone has a beautiful blue color, suggestive of the tint of seawater. A naturally volcanic rock frequent in South America, it has a beautiful dark sparkle. A perfect and natural white rounded pearl! Splendid! The name "Topaz" comes from an Indo-Aryan language which means "fire"!
             
             
  Rare gems 18 carat ruby 18 carat sapphire Small gold nugget 12 carat diamond 12 carat emerald
  稀有寶石 18克拉紅寶石 18克拉藍寶石 碎金塊 12克拉鑽石 12克拉祖母綠
    Rarity: 14 Rarity: 15 Rarity: 8 Rarity: 12 Rarity: 11
             
    This beautiful red gem matched very well with the complexion of Aztec women. Lovely treasure! The Legend claims that the tablets containing the Ten Commandments were composed of sapphire!  Gold was very desired in the Aztec empire. This nugget has a very nice shape. Wonderful! The diamond is the hardest natural material known to man! It was Cortes himself who brought back the emerald to Europe from the Aztec empire.
             
             
  Exceptional gems Gold nugget 24 carat diamond 24 carat emerald 24 carat ruby 24 carat sapphire
  特殊寶石 金塊 24克拉鑽石 24克拉祖母綠 24克拉紅寶石 24克拉藍寶石
    Rarity: 14 Rarity: 16 Rarity: 15 Rarity: 16 Rarity: 16
             
    Fantastic! A heavy gold nugget as big as a man's fist! Splendid! Diamonds were rare in the Aztec empire. Just a few could be found in the south of the land. This wonderful and very rare green gem was worn by priests during human sacrifices... For a long time the ruby was as a symbol of virtue, wisdom and holiness. This one is huge! Aztecs believed that the earth rested on a giant sapphire and that its reflection colored the sky.
             
             
  T. Rex upper skeleton T. rex cervical vertebrae T. rex left arm T. rex ribcage T. rex right arm T. rex skull
  暴龍上肢骨 頸椎 左臂 胸腔 右臂 頭骨
    Rarity: 18 Rarity: 17 Rarity: 18 Rarity: 17 Rarity: 18
             
             
             
             
  T. Rex lower skeleton T. rex left leg T. rex pelvis T. rex right leg T. rex tail part I T. rex tail part II
  暴龍下肢骨 左腿 骨盆 右腿 尾巴部分1 尾巴部分2
    Rarity: 16 Rarity: 18 Rarity: 16 Rarity: 16 Rarity: 16
             
             
             
             
  Natural minerals Amethyst crystal Martian fossil Natural emerald crystal Frog fossil Moon fragment
  天然礦石 紫水晶 火星化石 天然綠水晶 青蛙化石 月亮碎片
    Rarity: 10 Rarity: 12 Rarity: 14 Rarity: 8 Rarity: 8
             
             
             
             
  Dinosaur parts Dinosaur nest Dinosaur vertebrae Dinosaur teeth Dinosaur claw Dinosaur ham
  恐龍各部位 恐龍蛋 脊椎  牙齒 爪子 大腿
    Rarity: 4 Rarity: 5 Rarity: 6 Rarity: 6 Rarity: 5
             
    Don't get too close they're about to hatch. Part of the skeleton of a dinosaur. Those look sharp. Good job there isn't a dinosaur attached to this claw. Some tasty dinosaur leg. Yum!
             
             
  Aztec bracelets Silver bracelet Gold wristband Gold chain Gold bracelet Onyx chain
  阿茲特克手環 銀手環 金手鐲 金手鍊 金手環 瑪瑙手鍊
    Rarity: 10 Rarity: 15 Rarity: 14 Rarity: 11 Rarity: 10
             
    An elegant silver bracelet with jade stones. Wow! A magnificent, large and heavy ornate golden wristband, with rich patterns and precious stones.  Hey, nice! A golden aztec chain, symbol of strength and purity. Perfect! The elegance of this gold bracelet is mesmerizing... Bold and beautiful, this onyx chain makes a stunning impression when you look at it.
             
             
  Common Aztec ceremony masks Bronze ceremony mask Priest mask Stone jaguar mask Stone monkey mask Mysterious skull mask
  阿茲特克一般慶典面具 青銅面具 祭司面具 石美洲豹面具 石猴面具 神祕頭骨面具
    Rarity: 8 Rarity: 9 Rarity: 8 Rarity: 8 Rarity: 10
             
    This artifact used to be worn by Aztec priests during human sacrifices. Aztec priests used to wear this mask to hide their faces from their victims during human sacrifices. This mask represents Tezcatlipoca, God of the night sky. In the Aztec culture, monkeys were associated with the arts, games and fun. Great discovery!... This frightening mask will have a huge success in our museum!
             
             
  Rare Aztec ceremony masks Gold ceremony mask Jade jaguar mask Jade monkey mask Golden warrior mask Jade lizard mask
  阿茲特克稀有慶典面具 黃金面具 玉美洲豹面具 玉猴面具 金戰士面具 玉蜥蜴面具
    Rarity: 12 Rarity: 11 Rarity: 11 Rarity: 15 Rarity: 12
             
             
             
             
  Royal Aztec ceremony masks Gold monkey mask Gold jaguar mask Mummy mask Dead alive mask Grand priest mask
  阿茲特克貴族慶典面具 金猴面具 金美洲豹面具 木乃伊面具 活死人面具 大祭司面具
    Rarity: 17 Rarity: 16 Rarity: 17 Rarity: 16 Rarity: 18
             
    This precious artifact is believed to be a death mask. Terrifying! A nice item in jade glorifying the famous Jaguar warriors, an elite military unit. A beautiful mask dedicated to Ozomatli the Monkey, the Aztec God of dance and celebration. A decorative mask made of pure gold! It was used during Aztec ceremonies. This lizard looks like a dragon... How could they make such a complex mask in jade?
             
             
  Aztec tunics Aztec blue tunic Aztec green tunic Aztec red tunic Aztec moon tunic Aztec sun tunic
  阿茲特克祭袍 藍祭袍 綠祭袍 紅祭袍 月祭袍 日祭袍
    Rarity: 1 Rarity: 1 Rarity: 2 Rarity: 4 Rarity: 3
             
    Flowing in the wind, and blue like the sea, this beautiful tunic was a very comfortable outfit. Not too cold, not too warm, this green tunic was part of everyday aztec clothing. Flashy red fabric was used to sew this garment. A padded dark colored tunic, probably used by Aztecs to walk by night under the moonlight. A light colored tunic, probably used by Aztecs to walk by the sun.
             
             
  Aztec clothing Aztec sandal Aztec red cloak Aztec headgear Aztec green cloak Aztec poncho
  阿茲特克服飾 涼鞋 紅披風 頭飾 綠披風 斗篷
    Rarity: 2 Rarity: 3 Rarity: 4 Rarity: 3 Rarity: 5
             
    A pair of leather and wood sandals, useful to avoid burning your feet on the hot beach sand. This warm cloak is made of red wool. In the aztec tribute system, local rulers showed their power with headgears such as this one. This warm cloak is made of green wool. This warm poncho is made of wool.
             
             
  Common Aztec things Old human skull Bone needles Fishing hook Knucklebones Comb
  阿茲特克一般物品 舊人骨 骨針 魚鉤 指關節 梳子
    Rarity: 2 Rarity: 1 Rarity: 1 Rarity: 2 Rarity: 3
             
    For a long time, human skulls were kept as war trophies by the Aztecs. Frightening... Aztec women used to sew clothes with this kind of bone needles. Nice! The earliest fishing hooks date back to approx. 7000 BC and were made of human bones!  Aztec children loved to play with this simple and funny toy. You can find it in many different colors! In the Aztec empire, this item was essential to comb the long black hair of women and men.
             
             
  Aztec artifacts Wooden toy Aztec drum Aztec mirror Aztec panpipes Sculpted pipe
  阿茲特克工藝品 木製玩具 阿茲特克鼓 阿茲特克鏡 阿茲特克排笛 精雕煙斗
    Rarity: 1 Rarity: 2 Rarity: 3 Rarity: 4 Rarity: 4
             
    Aztec toys were made in wood and unbreakable for little children! This fish has a funny haircut! Aztecs used their enemies' skin to make small drums. It's a bit distasteful! Aztec women were very particular about their appearance! It seems that this fine instrument is workable. Let's give it a try... Aztecs loved to smoke tobacco in this beautiful pipe long before the arrival of Europeans...
             
             
  Common Aztec dishes Clay bowl Duck wooden bowl Ornate clay bowl Water pot Aztec clay pot
  阿茲特克一般器皿 陶碗 木製鴨形碗 彩繪陶碗 水壺 阿茲特克陶壺
    Rarity: 1 Rarity: 2 Rarity: 3 Rarity: 1 Rarity: 1
             
    Nice artifact. Aztec tribe members used this bowl to serve their daily meals. An amusing bowl for Aztec children. Fancy! A simple clay bowl ornate with a sparkling green gem stone! A beautiful pot to keep the fresh water. A decorative object very common in aztec homes. Beautiful!
             
             
  Detailed Aztec dishes Bronze pot Bronze vase Duck bronze bowl Ornate bronze jug Stone monster pot
  阿茲特克帶飾器皿 青銅壺 青銅花瓶 青銅鴨形碗 彩繪青銅甕 石刻怪獸壺
    Rarity: 2 Rarity: 2 Rarity: 3 Rarity: 3 Rarity: 4
             
    Interesting discovery! The same pot must exist in silver and gold... A fine bronze vase, useful to put flowers in! An amusing bowl, this one must have belonged to rich Aztec children. Very pretty! A nice bronze jug used by Aztecs to decorate their houses. This heavy pot is nicely sculpted with a strange monster head. 
             
             
             
  Fine Aztec dishes Bronze bowl Bronze platter Lizard box Ornate bronze bowl Ornate bronze pot
  阿茲特克上等器皿 骨碗 青銅盤 蜥蜴皮箱 彩繪青銅碗 彩繪青銅壺
    Rarity: 4 Rarity: 5 Rarity: 6 Rarity: 6 Rarity: 6
             
    A very nice object used by Aztecs to serve maize or chocolate. Beautiful artifact! The Aztec loved to create bronze dishes; it is less brittle than clay. The handle of the box represents a delicately sculpted lizard head. Aztecs ate a large variety of food such as beans, turkeys, vanilla or even potatoes in this bowl. Aztecs used to put their ancestors' ashes into this nice artifact. Interesting!
             
             
  Sophisticated Aztec dishes Ornate silver bowl Ornate silver pot Silver jug Silver platter Stone monkey bowl
  阿茲特克精緻器皿 彩繪銀碗 彩繪銀壺 銀甕 銀盤 石製猴形碗
    Rarity: 6 Rarity: 7 Rarity: 5 Rarity: 6 Rarity: 9
             
    This beautiful object in silver used to decorate the home of a wealthy tribe member. Very nice pot! Aztecs made some beautiful dishes, still admired today! Nice item! Aztecs loved to decorate their home with shiny artifacts. The tlaxcalli, a spicy corn-meal pancake, was served in that kind of platter. A stone bowl! They are very rare as they are far more fragile than metal ones.
             
             
  Precious Aztec dishes Gold bowl Gold jug Jade pot Ornate gold bowl Ornate silver jug
  阿茲特克珍貴器皿 金碗 金甕 玉壺 彩繪金碗 彩繪銀甕
    Rarity: 7 Rarity: 10 Rarity: 8 Rarity: 12 Rarity: 9
             
    Aztec territories such as Cholula became famous for their sumptuous dishes. Beautiful find! This jug was used during human sacrifices to collect the blood flowing from the victim... Terrifying! A simple but nicely ornate jade pot. Jade is one of the most difficult to cut materials.  Aztecs used to drink the fermented juice of the maguey plant in that kind of bowl. Aztec temples to the Gods were adorned with such ornate jugs. 
             
             
  Royal Aztec dishes Gold monkey bowl Gold monster pot Gold platter Ornate gold jug Ornate gold pot
  阿茲特克貴族器皿 金猴形碗 金怪獸壺 金盤 彩繪金甕 彩繪金壺
    Rarity: 14 Rarity: 15 Rarity: 11 Rarity: 12 Rarity: 12
             
    A monkey bowl used by Aztec priests to collect the blood of human sacrifice victims... Fascinating! A large gold pot sculpted with a frightening monster head! A huge gold platter which shows the magnificence and refinement of the Aztec civilization. Sumptuous gold item! This decorative marvel was only used by the Aztec imperial family. A gold pot used by Aztecs to keep their ancestors' ashes.
             
             
  Common Aztec Gods statues Bronze Coatlicue Bronze Quetzalcoatl Clay Mictlantecuhtli Stone Chalchiuhtlicue Stone Huehueteotl
  阿茲特克一般神像 大地之母青銅像 羽蛇神青銅像 死神陶像 豐收女神石像 火神石像
    Rarity: 6 Rarity: 5 Rarity: 5 Rarity: 7 Rarity: 7
             
    Amazing! A sculpted item in favor of Coatlicue, the patron of women who died in childbirth. A religious statue representing Quetzalcoatl the "feathered serpent" God! The Ancient God of the Dead! It may also be depicted as a skeleton covered in blood... Wonderful! Chalchiuhtlicue, the Goddess of Water, was also the protector of children! The God of Fire himself! This statue has a certain je-ne-sais-quoi in its look.
             
             
  Rare Aztec Gods statues Jade and ruby Xipe Totec Jade Coatlicue Jade Quetzalcoatl Jade Chicomecoatl Jade Xolotl
  阿茲特克稀有神像 玉和紅寶石製春神像 大地之母玉身 羽蛇神玉身 豐饒之神玉身 雷神玉身
    Rarity: 10 Rarity: 10 Rarity: 12 Rarity: 12 Rarity: 14
             
    A cool artifact representing Xipe Totec, the life, death and rebirth deity. It must be priceless! A riveting object to honor Coatlicue "the mother of Gods". Great find! According to the Aztecs, Quetzalcoatl went into the underworld to retrieve human bones. Hmm, this one looks like Chicomecoatl, the Goddess of Nourishment. Pretty nice catch! A weird statue of a dog-headed man depicting Xolotl. He is the Guardian of the Sun at night.
             
             
  Exceptional Aztec Gods statues Gold Xipe Totec Gold Coatlicue Gold Chalchiuhtlicue Gold Chicomecoatl Gold Huehueteotl
  阿茲特克特殊神像 春神金身 大地之母金身 豐收女神金身 豐饒之神金身 火神金身
    Rarity: 15 Rarity: 14 Rarity: 15 Rarity: 15 Rarity: 14
             
    A religious object to honor their God Xipe Totec during human sacrifices, scary! A very rare object displaying the Aztec Goddess Coatlicue, who gave birth to the moon! Oh! A golden version of the famous Goddess of Water. Worth a lot! Definitely awesome! The spirit of maize and a goddess of plenty in its full magnificence. Yay! A golden statue of the God of Fire almost intact! One of the most impressive ever discovered.
             
             
  Unique Aztec Gods statues Gold and ruby Xipe Totec Gold Quetzalcoatl Gold Mictlantecuhtli Gold Spirit Gold Xolotl
  阿茲特克罕見神像 黃金和紅寶石製春神像 羽蛇神金身 死神金身 精神圖騰金身 雷神金身
    Rarity: 17 Rarity: 16 Rarity: 17 Rarity: 16 Rarity: 18
             
    A golden object representing Xipe Totec God, which means "Our Lord the flayed One". A mysterious object representing Quetzalcoatl, meaning "feather-serpent", a symbol of fertility. Priceless! A golden statue of the God of the Dead. He and his wife rule over the Underworld. Yeeha! This is a pure gold ancient spirit statue. It probably belonged to Aztec priests. A rare piece of art depicting the Aztec deity Xolotl as a dog-headed man. Of great value, indeed!
             
             
  Common Aztec helmets Silver and emerald helmet Silver and ruby helmet Bronze helmet Silver and sapphire helmet Silver helmet
  阿茲特克一般頭盔 鑲祖母綠銀頭盔 鑲紅寶石銀頭盔 青銅頭盔 鑲藍寶石銀頭盔 純銀頭盔
    Rarity: 9 Rarity: 9 Rarity: 7 Rarity: 12 Rarity: 8
             
    This helmet trimmed with emerald was only worn during Aztec military parades. Only the bravest fighters had the right to wear the silver and ruby helmet. Magnificent find! This nice bronze helmet was worn by Aztec warriors to protect their heads from injuries. Only special soldiers could wear this precious helmet during fights. A nice and strong silver Helmet made to protect Aztec warriors' heads.
             
             
  Golden Aztec helmets Gold helmet Gold and emerald helmet Gold and ruby helmet Gold and sapphire helmet Gold feathered helmet
  阿茲特克黃金頭盔 純金頭盔 鑲祖母綠金頭盔 鑲紅寶石金頭盔 鑲藍寶石金頭盔 金製羽飾頭盔
    Rarity: 9 Rarity: 10 Rarity: 11 Rarity: 12 Rarity: 10
             
    A sublime golden artifact worn by the most respected Aztec warriors to protect their head.  An incredible gold helmet inlaid with emeralds. What a great discovery! This marvelous helmet is inlaid with ruby, it must be priceless! A ravishing object encrusted with sapphire only worn by respected warriors. Exciting find! The feathers on the helmet means that the one who wears it has at least 3 men under his command.
             
             
  Aztec kings artifacts Aztec codex Aztec scepter King statue Mystic mask Sun pendant
  阿茲特克國王工藝品 阿茲特克法典 阿茲特克權杖 國王像 神祕面具 太陽墜飾
    Rarity: 17 Rarity: 15 Rarity: 15 Rarity: 16 Rarity: 15
             
    This ancient book could provide plenty of information on Aztec culture. How lucky! A mysterious and possibly magical object used by kings to represent authority. A royal item dedicated to Acamapichitli, King of the Aztec from 1375 to 1394. Great discovery! A strange object... Aztec masks were often made for display during ritual ceremonies, and not to be worn! This pendant captures sunrays and brings strength and grandness to the one who wears it. Intriguing!
             
             
  Aztec kings marvels Aztec mummy Ceremony throne Mask of death and rebirth Tlaloc statuette Warrior king statue
  阿茲特克國王珍藏品 阿茲特克木乃伊 儀杖 死亡與復活面具 雨神塑像 國王戰士像
    Rarity: 16 Rarity: 16 Rarity: 18 Rarity: 16 Rarity: 17
             
             
             
             
  Aztec wonders Gold condor Helmet of moon Royal mask Runic stone Golden idol
  阿茲特克不思議之物 黃金禿鷹像 月亮頭盔 貴族面具 盧恩文石碑 黃金崇拜神像
    Rarity: 17 Rarity: 17 Rarity: 18 Rarity: 18 Rarity: 18
             
             
             
             
  Aztec necklaces Feather necklace Bone necklace Gem necklace Earth, Moon and Sun necklace Necklace with rubies
  阿茲特克項鍊 羽毛項鍊 骨串鍊 寶石串鍊 土月日鍊 紅寶石項鍊
    Rarity: 9 Rarity: 9 Rarity: 9 Rarity: 15 Rarity: 12
             
    This elegant feather necklace was very much to the taste of aztec women. This aztec jewelry was made from a rich variety of materials such as bronze, silver and even bone! This very nice necklace made of gems was generally worn in the upper classes of Aztec society. Gold and gold only! It must have belonged to a loved woman. Where could they possibly find so many big rubies? Their red sparkle is hypnotizing.
             
             
  Aztec pendants Bronze pendant Silver pendant Gold pendant Jade pendant Golden moon pendant
  阿茲特克墜飾 青銅墜飾 銀墜飾 黃金墜飾 玉墜飾 金製月形墜飾
    Rarity: 9 Rarity: 10 Rarity: 12 Rarity: 11 Rarity: 14
             
    A fine bronze pendant with bright colors, as the Aztecs used to like! Considered as a sacred metal, silver was said to be the closest to gold in perfection. Fascinating! This magnificent pendant belonged to Chimalpopoca, King of Tenochtitlan, the greatest Aztec city. Simple but very nice jade pendant. Its round shape symbolizes the moon. Moon pendants were supposed to protect their owners from night spirits.
             
             
  Common Aztec rings Bronze ring Silver and emerald ring Silver ring Silver and ruby ring Silver and sapphire ring
  阿茲特克一般戒指 青銅戒指 鑲祖母綠銀戒指 銀戒指 鑲紅寶石銀戒指 鑲藍寶石銀戒指
    Rarity: 7 Rarity: 9 Rarity: 8 Rarity: 9 Rarity: 11
             
    Bronze rings like this one were offered to Aztec girls when they turned fourteen. Nice one! This emerald is extremely pure! This ring must have belonged to a very rich Aztec. The silver ring was especially made to reward Aztec best hunters. This one is lovely! This ring is said to bring luck to the one who wears it. If only this could be true! Incredible! This ring was lost by the Aztec king Itzcoatl himself during an argument with his wife.
             
             
  Precious Aztec rings Gold ring Gold and emerald ring Gold and ruby ring Gold and sapphire ring Gold and silver ring
  阿茲特克珍貴戒指 金戒指 鑲祖母綠金戒指 鑲紅寶石金戒指 鑲藍寶石金戒指 金銀相間戒指
    Rarity: 10 Rarity: 10 Rarity: 11 Rarity: 11 Rarity: 14
             
             
             
             
  Aztec shields Silver shield Gold shield Wooden shield Parade shield Bronze ornate shield
  阿茲特克盾牌 銀盾牌 金盾牌 木盾牌 遊行盾牌 彩繪青銅盾牌
    Rarity: 9 Rarity: 11 Rarity: 8 Rarity: 8 Rarity: 8
             
    Aztec warriors used this magnificent silver shield to protect their breast during intense fights. Only very important warriors could use such a splendid shield during fights. A wooden shield shouldn't be very useful against conquistadors cannonballs! This shield was used during military parades only. It has beautiful geometric shapes. A bronze shield decorated with sun patterns to protect its owner. Did it really work?
             
             
  Common Aztec weapons Arrow (Aztec) Aztec bow Broken spear Stone knife Jaguar quiver
  阿茲特克一般武器 損壞的矛 石刀 豹紋箭套
    Rarity: 5 Rarity: 6 Rarity: 4 Rarity: 5 Rarity: 5
             
    Invented 10 000 years ago, this simple arrow was used by the Aztec to hunt and to fight their enemies. Nice piece of work! Aztecs were great archers. Nice find! Too bad the handle is broken... The blade is so blunt that it couldn't cut a hair!  Made with the hide of a real jaguar, this quiver could carry up to 20 arrows!
             
             
  Fine Aztec weapons Axe (Aztec) Sacrifice knife Aztec sword Long axe Wooden club
  阿茲特克上等武器 祭刀 長斧 木棒
    Rarity: 7 Rarity: 12 Rarity: 7 Rarity: 8 Rarity: 7
             
    This simple axe was used to cut wood and fight enemies. A knife used during human sacrifices to remove human hearts and hold them up to the sun. Scary! The shape of this sword bears testimony to the Aztec warriors' brutality. It's so heavy that it could cut a coconut just by resting on it! Very useful to knock your enemies senseless!
             
             
  Aztec sacred weapons Eagle breast plate Eagle helmet Eagle shield Eagle sword Sacrifice belt
  阿茲特克威喝武器 鷹形護甲 鷹形頭盔 鷹紋盾牌 鷹紋劍 祭品帶
    Rarity: 14 Rarity: 18 Rarity: 14 Rarity: 16 Rarity: 14
             
    A magnificent breastplate especially made for Aztec Eagle warriors. A superb piece of craftsmanship! This helmet was only worn by Eagle warriors, a special class of infantry soldier in the Aztec army. This shield was used by Eagle warriors, a special class of soldier also called the soldiers of the Sun. Interesting... This ancient weapon was said to bring manliness and power to its owner. This beautiful artifact was worn in the 3rd century over their clothes by priests during human sacrifices. 
             
             
  Common Spanish containers Clay pot Glass bottle Clay tankard Wood jug Cracked barrel
  西班牙一般容器 陶罐 玻璃瓶 陶製啤酒杯 木壺 破木桶
    Rarity: 1 Rarity: 1 Rarity: 1 Rarity: 1 Rarity: 2
             
    A typical clay pot from the conquistadors. An old glass bottle. Presumably from the conquistadors. It was used to serve beverages when glass was still expensive. Used to serve wine at the time of the Conquistadors. Not very useful anymore, it's leaking in every way.
             
             
  Common Spanish artifacts Broken rifle Anchor Chaplet Ladle Buckle
  西班牙一般工藝品 破來福槍 串珠項鍊 杓子 皮帶扣環
    Rarity: 1 Rarity: 2 Rarity: 2 Rarity: 2 Rarity: 2
             
    This one won't hurt anyone ever again. Maybe you could use it for your own boat... Christianity was brought to the Americas by conquistadors. Very useful cooking tool but pretty old. The buckle is in a much better shape than the belt itself.
             
             
  Fine Spanish artifacts King chess piece Spur Inkwell Tin jug Chandelier
  西班牙上等工藝品 西洋棋國王棋子 馬刺 墨水瓶 錫罐 吊燈
    Rarity: 3 Rarity: 4 Rarity: 4 Rarity: 4 Rarity: 5
             
    A wooden king piece from an ancient chess game. A conquistador spur! Aztecs had never seen horses before the conquistadors came. The ink is completely dry, it will be difficult to write a letter to your loved one with that... Only the wealthy conquistadors families could afford to have this kind of dish. A chandelier from the conquistadors. A nice artefact.
             
             
  Common conquistador artifacts Broken sword Cannonball Conquistador neckguard Horseshoe Old flag
  征服者的一般工藝品 斷劍 砲彈 護頸 馬蹄鐵 舊旗
    Rarity: 3 Rarity: 3 Rarity: 3 Rarity: 3 Rarity: 5
             
    The legend claims that this sharp sword was broken by Aztec God Quetzalcoatl himself...  Conquistadors triumphed over Aztecs mostly because of their cannons, invented in the 15th century.  Great find! This helpful artifact, invented in the 16th century, protected conquistadors' neck. The horseshoe was invented around 500 AD to protect horses from hoof injuries. This flag was set to mark down the captured territories. This one is rather well-preserved. 
             
             
  Fine conquistador artifacts Conquistador breastplate Conquistador couter Conquistador helmet Leather boot Navigation compass
  征服者的上等工藝品 胸甲 鐵護肘 頭盔 皮靴 導航羅盤 
    Rarity: 7 Rarity: 6 Rarity: 9 Rarity: 7 Rarity: 6
             
    This breastplate must have saved many conquistadors from Aztec knifes! Nice find! This metal couter was used by conquistadors to protect their elbows from injuries. Very useful to protect a conquistador's head against deadly Aztec arrows! Spanish were known to be fantastic shoemakers; this leather boot shows the perfection of their work. Invented in Europe around 1300, this navigational instrument greatly improved the efficiency of travel!
             
             
  Rare conquistador artifacts Bible Conquistador dagger Conquistador gauntlet Conquistador hat Conquistador sextant
  征服者的稀有工藝品 聖經 匕首 鐵手套 帽子 六分儀
    Rarity: 8 Rarity: 6 Rarity: 9 Rarity: 8 Rarity: 15
             
    The most famous religious text of all time! Conquistadors were very devoted  Catholics.  With this very sharp dagger, conquistadors used to finish their enemies off... An important piece of armor! The hands were particularly vulnerable during fights.  This nice feathered hat protected many conquistadors' heads from the tropical sun. Invented in the 16th century, this navigation instrument led conquistadors safely across the ocean.
             
             
  Cortes skeleton - Part I Cortes pelvis Cortes right foot Cortes right hand Cortes right humerus Cortes right radius
  科爾特斯骷髏–第一部分 骨盆 右腳 右手  

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