Mexico Discovery: Archaeologists Found Mayan Ball Game Scoreboard

Mexican archaeologists found a circular-shaped Mayan scoreboard used for the ball game at Chichen Itza's archaeological site.

Mexican anthropology and history institute said, the disc features the carving of two ball game players and was found in the Chinchanchob architectural complex.

Experts say the scoreboard dates back to the early Postclassic period between the years 800 ad and early 900 ad.

This is the first discovery in over eleven years of an object with hieroglyphic writing in this case a complete text at Chichen Itza.