celebrated until 393ad
The Ancient Olympic Games were celebrated in honor of Zeus, the father of all the Greek gods and goddesses. googanhine blah blah blah
The ancient Olympics were last celebrated in AD 393. They were abolished the following year by a decree of the Roman Emperor Theodosius, because they were un-Christian.
The Olympics were last celebrated in AD 393, and abolished for being un-Christian the following year.
No. The ancient Olympics were a sports festival but also a religious festival celebrated in Greece by Greeks to honor the Greek gods.
The ancient Olympics began in 776 BC
In the Ancient Olympics the competitors were nude.
they ancient Olympics begun to honor their gods
Ancient Greeks had the Olympics to honor Zeus.
There were 9 events at the ancient olympics
The Olympics is an Ancient Greek festival.
Ancient Olympics were only hosted in Olympia
The athletes of the ancient Olympics were young Greek men.
ones ancient ones modern
the first ancient Olympics where head in grease
They wore NO CLOTHES at the Ancient Olympics!! .
They didn't do swimming in the ancient Olympics.
Only men were able to compete in the Ancient Olympics. Women were forbid to enter the Ancient Olympics, or, Olympia, as it was called back then.
They didn't. The modern Olympics was restarted in the late 1800's and not directly linked to the ancient Olympics at all.
The Ancient Olympics were held in Olympia, Greece. Modern Olympics are held in various areas.
ancient Olympics were held every 4 years
when was the last ancient olympics held
The ancient Olympic Games were celebrated from 776 BC to approximate 393 AD. The modern Olympics began in 1896. So there was about a 1500 year lull there where no Olympic Games were held.
The ancient Olympics were held to honor the Greek gods (especially to honor Zeus).