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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 XVI century The city's occupation ended with the Spanish conquest, founding of the town of Teutenanco (now Tenango del Valley) TEOTENANGO 750-900 a.D Agricultural village, whose inhabitants were influenced by the Teotihuacan culture 900-1200 a.D Major construction period,conducted by the teotenancas HISTORY History: BALLGAME Construction: MAP CULTURE The Teotenango word is derived from "TEOTL" (god, sacred, divine);of"TENAMITL" (wall, fence) and "CO" (place), so it can be translated as "the place of the sacred or divine wall" 1200-1476 a.D The matlazincas are established; build the ballgame 1476 a.D The city was conquered by the Aztecs; payment of tribute was imposed and a militar garrison was established Group B Square of the Jaguar and Group A Rooms Ballgame and temazcal Group of snake Frog Street It is a sunk and closed court, the plan is shaped and oriented from east to west. The central aisle is flanked by sidewalks and vertical walls on the half part of the walls the ring stones were placed. On the east aisle the stair to Access the court was ยดplaced and on the west side aisle two square holes on the Wall were used to save the rubber balls to play the game PRESENT The ball game court was built during the teotenanca stage (900-1200 a.D) One of the most important ritual activities carried out during prehispanic times was the ball game; ceremonydedicated to Tonatiuh, god of the sun. In this ritual activity the movement of the sun through the sky was re-created by means of a rubber ball traveling over thesurface of the ball court.In the archeological zone, the Matlatzincas built a ballcourt,it was dates circa 1000-1200 a.D, and its presencemakes evident practice of this out siding ritual activity. As part of the archeological evidence discovered in the ball court, a huge stone ring was recovered; this ring served to make the ball pass through the central hole asa part of the game.
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