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A natural shell aerophone, decorated with an outline of an eagle head on the exterior surface; has a broken edge. For millennia, various sizes of conch shell trumpets (known as quiquiztli or atecocolli in Náhuatl) were used for calls to prayer, acknowledging the wind or four directions, for timekeeping, or during combat. They are now considered part of a contemporary Aztec dancer's regalia.