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MONTE  ALBAN    BALL COURT    and  Pyramids;  ZAPOTEC Mountain Hewn City in the Oaxaca Valley,
Plan of Ball Court resembles a capital "I" ,built before the Toltec  feature of "Rings".The steps were 
used to hold colored stucco facing; remains of a stone circular disk were found at center court.
 Mexico; 800-300 BC.  Influenced by the OLMECS. Florescence to classic~
1000 AD known as Period 3 to which most of the ruins are attributable to the ZAPOTEC.
MIXTEC Monte Alban 4 entering the Valley ~1350 ad inhabiting  MITLA and Yagul.

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