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Mesoamerican Ball Courts - Oldest Sports Arenas in the Americas
Archaeologists have identified approximately 1,300 ballcourts to date, located in 1,000 different sites. The oldest ballcourt discovered to date is at the site of ...
http://archaeology.about.com/od/baterms/qt/Ballcourts.htm
Ancient Sports Arenas - Mesoamerican Ballcourts - Archaeology
Jan 31, 2014 ... I am not a huge sports fan (having been traumatized by an early fascination with the Chicago Cubs), but I am a huge fan of ballcourts. Ballcourt ...
http://archaeology.about.com/b/2014/01/31/ancient-sports-arenas-mesoamerican-ballcourts.htm
Ancient Mesoamerican Ball Game Origins and Gameplay
The game took place in specific I-shaped buildings, recognizable in many archaeological sites, called ballcourts. There are an estimated 1,300 known ballcourts ...
http://archaeology.about.com/od/mameterms/a/Mesoamerican_Ball_Game.htm
Toltec Gods and Religion - Latin American History - About.com
Religion and gods were important to the Toltecs. Their mighty city of Tula is dominated by the sacred precinct, a compound of pyramids, temples, ballcourts and ...
http://latinamericanhistory.about.com/od/The-Toltec-Civilization/fl/Toltec-Gods-and-Religion.htm
Paso de la Amada - Mesoamerica's Earliest Ballcourt - Archaeology
Ballcourts, with their characteristic I-shape, were important places for Mesoamerican people and were usually located among public buildings in major centers.
http://archaeology.about.com/od/pathroughpd/a/paso_de_la_amada.htm
The Ruins of Tula - Latin American History - About.com
Ballcourts. The Mesoamerican ball game was played at Tula on at least three ball courts. The largest one is referred to as Ball Court 2 and it is on the main plaza ...
http://latinamericanhistory.about.com/od/The-Toltec-Civilization/fl/The-Ruins-of-Tula.htm
Quetzalcoatl - Latin American History - About.com
El Tajin: El Tajin is noteworthy for its several ballcourts. The ancient Mesoamerican ball game was associated with Quetzalcoatl. When the sunlight hits the ...
http://latinamericanhistory.about.com/od/ancientlatinamerica/fl/Quetzalcoatl.htm
Yaxchilan - A Maya Capital on the Usumacinta River - Archaeology
Here the main buildings are Temple 23 or “the Temple of Lady Xook”, two ballcourts, Temple 12, and one of the two hieroglyphic stairways. Temple 23: this  ...
http://archaeology.about.com/od/yterms/a/Yaxchilan.htm
Mesoamerican Digs - Archaeology - About.com
... relic water-control systems, and one of the only known Late Classic-period ( A.D. 600-850) commoner ballcourts. The settlement-- mostly consisting of covered ...
http://archaeology.about.com/od/centralamericandigs/
Mexico's Ancient Civilizations - Mexico Travel - About.com
The Zapotecs had ballcourts, buildings for astronomical observation and a writing system which has not yet been deciphered. Zapotec sites to visit: Monte Alban ...
http://gomexico.about.com/od/ancientsites/p/archaeology.htm

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