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the people in the audience and judjes

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Ancient greek men were fond of showing off their physique.

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Nothing was worn in the Olympics, that's why women weren't allowed to go to the Olympics!(only men were allowed to go to the Olympics)

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What was worn during the ancient Olympics?


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In the Ancient Olympics the competitors were nude.

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Did the Greeks only wear togas for the Olympics?

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