File:Manopla & ballplayer figurine (Snite).jpg

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English: A basalt manopla, or handstone, from the Classic Veracruz culture. According to the Snite Museum, "the size and shape of this manopla suggest that it was swung at the ball, and not used to punch at it". 300 BCE - 250 CE.
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