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What does the word Olympic mean

What country first proposed the winter olympic games as separate from the traditional olympic games

How did the athletes prepare for the ancient olympic games

What other events were included in the ancient olympic games after the first ancient olympic games

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Q: In what year did the Romans conquer Greece in the ancient Greek Olympics?
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How many sporting activtites the ancient Romans did in their opympics?

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Why were the Romans eventually able to conquer ancient Greece?

the death of Alexander the great and the dissolution of his empire led to the eventual fall of greece.


When did Greece conquer the Romans?

It didn't.


What are the Olympics named after?

personally i think that they were named after the ancient Romans or the ancient Greece because in those days of that long ago they did Olympics so I'm sorry if this answer didn't help you i tried my best :)


How did the Romans conquer Greece?

The Romans conquered Greece in the same way that they conquered other territories. Military force!


What are the similarities between Ancient Greece and the U.S.?

Ancient Greece was a democracy, just as the US is today (however, Ancient Greece was somewhat a direct democracy while the US is a representative democracy, which is a system based off the Romans). The US also has a considerably high Greek and Greek speaking population, as of course, did Ancient Greece. Ancient Greece had, as the US partially does today (on the Pacific Coast), a Mediterranean climate. The Olympics were a sporting event from Ancient Greece and has been modernized, which the US participates and dominates in (specifically the Summer Olympics).


Similarities between Ancient Greece and the US?

Ancient Greece was a democracy, just as the US is today (however, Ancient Greece was somewhat a direct democracy while the US is a representative democracy, which is a system based off the Romans). The US also has a considerably high Greek and Greek speaking population, as of course, did Ancient Greece. Ancient Greece had, as the US partially does today (on the Pacific Coast), a Mediterranean climate. The Olympics were a sporting event from Ancient Greece and has been modernized, which the US participates and dominates in (specifically the Summer Olympics).


What was the Romans purpose of the Olympics?

The Romans never held the Olympics; the Olympics were an Ancient Greek game.


Did Ancient Rome conquer ancient Macedonia?

The ancient Romans annexed the kingdom of Macedon, which was the largest and the dominant Greek state in mainland Greece. It covered the north and north-east of Greece. It became the Roman Province of Macedonia. The Romans also conquered the area which is the present day Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (to the north of Greece). It became, together with central and southern Serbia, part of the Roman Province of Moesia Superior.


Why did the Romans conquer Poland?

Ancient Romans never conquered Poland.


How are ancient Greece and ancient Rome alike?

Both ancient Greece and Rome had the same gods and goddesses, only with different names. Example, the ancient Greek god of the seas was Poseidon, while in ancient Rome, his name was Neptune. Also, ancient Greeks and Romans lived near water for food and water resources and trading routes. Lastly, ancient Greeks and Romans had very powerful armies, which helped them conquer many other civilizations.


Why was the Olympics stopped in 400AD?

Because Greece was taken over by the Romans. The Romans canned the games. Because Greece was taken over by the Romans. The Romans canned the games.


What is the ethnic origin of Ancient Romans?

Ancient Greece


How did Ancient Greece change to Ancient Rome?

Ancient Greece did not change into ancient Rome. It was conquered by the Romans and was annexed to the Roman empire. It still remained Greece.


Who took part in ancient olympics?

only romans and greeks were abliged to take part in the ancient olympics


Did the Etruscans conquer ancient Macedonia?

No. The Romans conquered the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia.


Did the Romans took over the greek?

Yes, the Roman Empire did conquer Greece.


Why did the Romans conquer Greece?

to have a bigger empire & to be able to overule the greeks.


Did the Romans do the Olympics?

It was actually Greece who invented the Olympics. The name came from the home of the Gods: Mount Olympus. I'm not sure if the first Olympics was held before of after the Romans conqoured Greece. But I do know that women were not allowed to compete, and all competitors had to be naked- I don't know why!


How did the ancient Romans conquer countries?

they wanted to conquer the counrys because they wanted to rule the world but unfortunatly they failed.


Where is a country that ancient Romans lived?

greece


Who conquer isarael?

Ancient Israel was conquered by the Romans in 63 BC.


What did Ancient Greece take from Ancient Rome?

Nothing, Ancient Greece came before Ancient Rome, and actually Ancient Rome took things from Greece, Romans were influenced by Greek religion and some of their architecture.


Why did ancient Olympics come to an end?

The Ancient Olympics lasted for more than a thousand years, but they started to lose their importance as the Romans began to take over Greece in the second century BC. In AD 394, Emperor Theodosius of Rome officially abolished the Games. bye


Which came first the founding of ancient Greece or ancient Rome?

Ancient Greece came first. There were people living in Italy, but they didn't evolve into the "Romans" until well after Greece's decline.