Painal

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Painal as depicted in
the Florentine Codex.

In Aztec religion, Painal (also spelled Paynal or Painalton, “Little Painal”; also spelled Paynalton; Classical Nahuatl: Payīnal [paˈjiːnaɬ], Payīnaltōn, Payīnaltzin) was a god (teotl) who served as a representative of Huitzilopochtli.

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