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Tequixquiac, State of Mexico (Mexico)

Last modified: 2019-12-14 by juan manuel gabino villascán
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Flag of Tequixquiac, State of Mexico (Mexico)
by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, 25 November 2019
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The flag of Tequixquiac is a new-born symbol, appeared on 25 july 2011. It consists of three vertical stripes just like the the Mexican national flag. Green symbolizes the farmlands, white is for peace, while blue stands for the water. In the ceter of the white stripe is the Tequixquiac Mesoamerican glyph taken of the Matrícula de Tributos Codex. It is remarkable that Tequixquiac is the first, among all State of Mexico's municipalities, to have a flag for its own or, at least, the first one in the State to officialy record a representative flag.
From: Glifo del municipio de Tequixquiac
Reported and traslated by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, 25 November 2019.


Article 10 Bis The flag of the municipality of Tequixquiac consists in a rectangular field divided into three same-size diagonal (sic) stripes colored in the following order: green, representing farmlands; white standing for peace; and blue for plenty of water and springs. In the middle of the white stripe is the Tequixquiac glyph, with a diameter of three-quarters the width of the white stripe, exactly after the Mexican national flag. Flag ratio is 4:7. It could carry a rope or cravatte of the same colors bellow the truck.
From: Bando municipal 2019
Traslated by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, 25 November 2019.


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Flag of Tequixquiac, State of Mexico (Mexico)
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Flag of Tequixquiac, State of Mexico (Mexico)
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Glyph

Glyph of Tequixquiac, State of Mexico (Mexico)
From: Glifo del municipio de Tequixquiac
Reported by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, 25 November 2019.

The name of Tequixquiac (Place of the salitrous waters) comes from the Nahuatl and originates from the name of its municipality seat, sometimes it is also written in a Hispanic way as Tequisquiac, it is an composed place name that is formed of three words: Tequixquitl = salitre or tequesquite (sodium carbonate), atl = water, c = place; and in Otomi Mbixe or Bije (which means Place in open hill, mbi = hill or unbalanced land, and xe = open or free). The glyph of the municipality of Tequixquiac is a stylized glyph of Tequixquiac showing the cross section of an apantli, from the Nahuatl “where the water stagnates”, in the center an amorphous crystall-like figure of tequixquitl; at the top crowned by two undulations denoting the atl, which means water, adorned with a pearl and a shell. This image appears in the Matrícula de Tributos (Tribute roll) codex of Emperor Chimalpopoca.
From: Glifo del municipio de Tequixquiac
Reported and traslated by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, 25 November 2019.


Coat of arms

Coat of arms of Tequixquiac, State of Mexico (Mexico)
by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, 25 November 2019

The coat of arms of Tequixquiac has the same shape and dimension to that of the State of Mexico, but the field [which is actually a bordure) is green or synnople with the municipality's name on the top and on the sides, the motto "ANTIQUISIMO OBJETIVO DE BIENESTAR" (ancient welfare goal). The field is divided into three parts, in the upper one is a resplendent sun with the Mesa Ahumada hill, the sacred bone of Tequixquiac and prehistoric animals on the Xothé river, at the center-left (dexter) is the temple of James Apostle, at the center-right is the mouth from the Tequixquiac Tunnel; and in the lower part there is a bee representing work and tillage tools with mining tools that recall the works in the tunnel. In the center is the stone glyph of Ahuitzotl, which is in the tower of the temple of James Apostle, the stone image is of the old Mexican emperor who conquered the inhabitants of Tequixquiac. Above the whole achievement is the national coat of arms of Mexico.
From: Glifo del municipio de Tequixquiac
Reported and traslated by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, 25 November 2019.


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