The ancient olympic games originated in ancient Greece.
No, there was only olympic games for men in ancient olympic history
The Ancient Greeks held the games at Olympus, Greece, thus giving the name 'The Olympic Games'. In 1894, Pierre de Coubertin wanted to continue the Olympics, and named these modern Olympics the 'Modern Olympic Games'.
The reason for the lighting of the Olympic Torch is to continue a Greek tradition. In ancient times, the torch was lit at the opening of every Olympic Games.
it was in ancient olympic
The Olympic Games.
The ancient Greeks did different games to our Olympic games
No, the olympic games started in Ancient Greece
Women were not allowed to attend the ancient Olympic games.....
The Ancient Olympic Games were dedicated to Zeus, the God of Gods.
The Olympic Games.
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The adjective olympic is something or someone related to the ancient city of Olympia or the Olympic games; the noun olympic means the Olympic games.
Women were not allowed to compete in ancient Olympic games.
The Sun's Rays lit the Flame in the Ancient Olympic Games!
women were not permitted to attend the ancient olympic games
the olympic games were held for the God Zues.
The Olympic games are loosely based on the ancient Olympic Games of ancient Greece. These were called the Olympic Games because they were held in Olympia, which was a plain in the district of Elis, in southern Greece that was regarded as a sacred region.
The five Olympic rings were not designed until 1913. There were no Olympic rings associated with the ancient Olympic Games.
Women were not permitted to watch the Olympic Games in Ancient Greece
In ancient Greece Olympia was the venue for the games which took their name after this city: The Olympic games. They were not in Athens. The modern Olympic Games are different.
the Olympic games have been playing since the greek times and will continue.
No, but the ancient Olympic Games were held the sanctuary of Zeus.
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