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What was the prize for second place in the Ancient Olympic games?

A silver medal and prize money.

What was the prize for the Olympics in ancient Greece?

usually celery.

What did the ancient Olympics winners get as a prize?

A head wreath.

What prize did the winners get in the ancient Olympics?

Olive branches crown

What prize did the each winner receive in the ancient Olympics?

A head wreath.

What is the prize for second place?

In the Olympics it would be the Silver medal.

What prize did the winners of the ancient greek Olympics get?

They got an olive leaf crown

What was the wrestling prize in ancient Greece in the Olympic games?

The prize of the ancient olympic games was a crown made of olive tree branches and food for life.

What prize did you get if you came second in the ancient Olympics?

Prizes were only awarded to winners. A second place in boxing may have resulted in the loser's death as the bout wasn't over until surrender or death.

Why did people compete in the ancient Olympics?

they enjoyed athletics, the exercise and the games. also, they competed for the substantial amount of prize money they could get- the word athlete comes from the ancient greek word for "one who competes for a prize" ............................ the above is wrong in that they mostly participated in the Olympics to worship their gods, it was like a sacred duty for them to train and win

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.

In ancient Olympics did the losers get a prize?

i cant really say but maybe they were given to lions for lunch!

What were given to the Olympics games winners?

The original Olympic prize was a laurel wreath.

What prize was given for winning the ancient Olympics?

A crown of olive leaves cut from the sacred tree at Olympia.

In ancient greek Olympics what did they receive as a winning prize?

it was an olive crown which was gold and a statue made in their honor

What prize did winners receive in the Ancient Olympic Games?

A head wreath.

The prize for winning an event in the Olympic Games was?

In the modern olympics, you get a Gold medal and your anthem, plus possibly a bunch of flowers In the ancient olympics, you get a leaf crown and a small bottle of olive oil. For A+ users: A crown of olive leaves

What did the winners receive during the ancient Olympics?

In the ancient Olympics, the prize awarded to the winners is an olive wreath which is also called as kotinos. It was an intertwined olive branch from the olive tree that grew in Olympia.

What is the prize in the oylmpics?

In the ancient Olympics the prize was a laurel wreath which was worn on the head. In other words some twigs from a nearby tree - the athletes competed to see who was best and not for a monetary reward. In the modern Olympics the awards are medals: Gold for the winner, Silver for the person or team who came second and a Bronze for third position.

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

In ancient Greek games (as, fo example, the Olympic Games) the prize for the winner was a laurel wreath. In ancient Greek games (as, fo example, the Olympic Games) the prize for the winner was a laurel wreath.

What did you get in the Olympics for a prize?


What prize did Baron Pierre de Coubertin get?

His prize was creating the Olympics.

In the modern olympic games what are the prizes?

in ancient greece, the prize was a wreath that goes around the head and a trophy, but if you mean now, the prize is a medal

What was the first prize in Olympics?

Gold medal

What is the third prize at the Olympics and commonwealth?