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The Mesoamerican ballgame was a sport with ritual associations played since 1400 BCE by ..... The playing field of the Great Ballcourt at Chichen Itza, by far the largest, measures 96.5 meters long by 30 meters wide, while the Ceremonial Court ...

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Chichen Itza The Grand Ball Court is by far the largest field in Mesoamerica. The inverted hoops placed in the center are carved into decorative feathers.

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The Great Ballcourt, located in the northern precinct of Chichen Itza, is the largest ballcourt ever discovered in Mesoamerica. It also has the most ornate carvings, ...

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The Mayans were great sportsmen and build huge ballcourts to play all their games. The Great Ballcourt of Chichen Itza is 225 feet wide and 545 feet long ...

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The contests even supplied candidates for human sacrifice, for the sport could, quite literally, be a game of life or death. Goal, Ball Court of Chichen Itza ...

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Ball games were played throughout Mesoamerica in pre-Columbian times. Prominent centres such as El Tajin or Chichen Itza had more than 10 courts.

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Aug 12, 2010 ... Travels411 explores the hidden mysteries of the infamous Mayan Ball Court in Chichén Itzá where the winners of the game would be sacrificed ...

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The ball court at Chichen Itza sits below the Temple of the Jaguar shown in the below picture. The court at Chichen Itza is the largest one found in the Mayan ...

www.atlasobscura.com/articles/meso-american-baseball

Jan 9, 2014 ... A ball court in Mexico (photograph by Dennis Jarvis) ... The great ball court at Chichen Itza, built around 800 AD, is the largest and best ...

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New insight into the true purpose of Maya ball courts in Chichen Itza and the Yucatan proves they were not used for human sacrifice.