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In his domain over agriculture, Kokopelli's flute-playing chases away the winter and brings about spring.Many tribes, such as the Zuni, also associate Kokopelli with the rains. non-ithyphallic) version of Kokopelli has been adopted as a broader symbol of the Southwestern United States as a whole.He is also a trickster god and represents the spirit of music.Among the Hopi, Kokopelli carries unborn children on his back and distributes them to women; for this reason, young girls often fear him.He often takes part in rituals relating to marriage, and Kokopelli himself is sometimes depicted with a consort, a woman called Kokopelmimi by the Hopi.
Kokopelli may have originally been a representation of ancient Aztec traders, known as pochtecas, who may have traveled to this region from northern Mesoamerica.
His image adorns countless items such as T-shirts, ball caps, and key-chains.
Kokopelli has been revered since at least the time of the Hohokam, Yuman, and Ancestral Pueblo peoples.
A similar humpbacked figure is found in artifacts of the Mississippian culture of the United States southeast.
Between approximately 1200 to 1400 AD, water vessels were crafted in the shape of a humpbacked woman.