R ' Mol thin m Llanr, - d'v i ulfb p S ° °9fil1e?
- Stone l'igure of the so-called tlac Mol type, with round vessel resting on the body and characteristic breastplate.
A strange stone sculpture of the so-called Chac-Mol type, known before only from the country of the Tarascs, from Tlaxcala and Chichen Itza, was discovered in Salvador (Ahuachapan).
All the prominent Rumanians of that period were politicians; they strove to obtain the emancipation of the country from Turkish dominion, and, later on, the union of Walachia and Mol- Boling davia.
Mola, a mill, molere, to grind; from the same root, mol, is derived " meal;" the word appears in other Teutonic languages, cf.
Firm cell-wall, so the mol r ement remains quite unexplained.