An ancient wedge of copper that looks more like a bit of junk than a relic.


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This copper Tajadero (Spanish for chopping knife) was a form of money used in central Mexico and parts of Central America. Also known as Aztec hoe or axe money, this standardized, unstamped currency had a fixed worth of 8,000 cacao seeds -

This Particularly Storied Tajadero Grants Karia the Psychopomp and Health Purviews


This ancient Axe-shaped coin was once used for currency all across Mesoamerica, but the world has moved on. this particular bit of Axe-Money once bought the freedom of no fewer than 16 women set to be sacrificed needlessly.

their gratitude resonates forward to today.


Nemontemi Raymer