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The Gallery on the wall of Building A in the ruins of the pre-Hispanic Zapotec city of Dainzu in the Central Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico has about 50 bas relief stone carvings of ball players with feline faces.  These carvings are more than 1000 years old.