One-Piece Swimsuit – Aztec Codex Borbonicus (Pages. 20 & 29)


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This one-piece swimsuit for all figures will bring out your best as it features pages twenty (20) and twenty-nine (29) of the Aztec Codex Borbonicus, a five-hundred-year-old Aztec manuscript.

The Borbonicus was painted by Aztec priests shortly before the Spanish conquest of Tenochtitlán (Mexico City), 1521 A.D. It was used as a divination tool and prognosticated the downfall of the Aztecs during the New Fire Ceremony of 1507 A.D. It also demonstrates how the so-called Mayan Calendar, specifically the 260-day Tzolkin, was used by all Mesoamerican cultures, including the Aztecs.

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Grab yourself one, two, or the entire set of one-piece swimsuits featuring these exquisite pages of the mystical Aztec Codex Borbonicus.

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• 82% Polyester, 18% Spandex
• Fabric weight: 6.61 oz/yd² (224 g/m²)
• Chlorine-resistant fabric
• Cheeky fit with a scoop neckline and a low scoop back
• Zig-zag stitching
• Double-layer front
• Four-way stretch material stretches and recovers on the cross and lengthwise grains

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