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What was the prize after winning an ancient olympic event?

A laurel wreath


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History has not recorded who invented the discus but the event is believed to have been begun by the ancient Greeks. The discus throw was an event of the ancient Olympic Games of Greece held in 776 B.C. The ancient discus was made of stone, iron, bronze, or lead, and was shaped like a flying saucer. The winner of the discus throw was awarded the disc as a prize for winning the event.


What prize was won in the Olympics?

If you mean what is the prize awarded for coming first in the Olympic games, this would be the gold medal. The medals awarded in each event are: Gold - first Silver - second Bronze - third In the ancient Olympics, winners were awarded a branch of wild olive. Sometimes the government would allow an Olympic champion to live in a special building that was only for distinguished citizens. Other winners would be exempt from paying taxes for winning an event in the ancient Olympics.


Where does the phrase don't rest on your laurels come from?

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What were given to the Olympics games winners?

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