Ballcourt Sign:

To paraphrase (because it is so hard to read):

A sacred game about the antagonism between gods and forces of nature. It has a north-south orientation. Only part of one of the stone rings remains in the western building. The rules varied by region regarding the number of players and points needed to win. A hard rubber ball was used. Protectors were worn on the waist and knees. The ball could be hit anywhere except by arms or hands.

"This ancient practice survived in some regions of the country such as the case of the Mixtec ball game in Oaxaca and that of the Ulama in the north of Mexico."

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