The Quetzalcoatl

Codex Borgia | Mixtec Peoples - Mesoamerican Mythology | c. 400 BC-600 AD Quetzalcoatl, the name given to the feathered serpent god of Mesoamerican peoples by the Nahua people, represented an extremely important deity within central American civilizations. In fact, Quetzalcoatl was so widely revered that he became associated with the winds, fertility, dawn, crafts, knowledge, priesthood, agriculture, and war.