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Jaguar Warriors or Jaguar Knights (Nahuatl: ocēlōmeh) were members of the Aztec military.1 They were an elite military unit similar to the Eagle warriors. The jaguar motif was used due to the belief that the jaguar represented Tezcatlipoca, god of the night sky. Aztecs also wore these dresses at war because they believed the animal’s strengths would be given to them during battles. Jaguar Warriors were used at the battlefront in military campaigns.1 Many statues and images (in pre-columbian and post-Columbian codices) of these warriors have survived.2 They fought with a wooden sword studded with obsidian volcanic glass blades, called a Maquahuitl. They also used spears and atlatls.
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