The cheaters would be fined heavily and the money received from those fines would be used to create statues of gods and champion athletes that were placed at the stadium where the Olympics were held.
Olympics was a big thing back then- it was THE thing to do, so penalties often involved temporary bans from mobile phones, etc.
The biggest penalty by far though, was being stoned to deth by characters from The Flintstones.
would get heavaly fined,to pay for the bulding of a stauta of zues.
there was no cheating do to the players being naked, so there was nothing they could e cheating with.
the punishment was heavy fines
They can fine you for cheating in the games.
There can be bad consequences if you cheat in youth olympics. You can be barred from entering in future olympic events. You can also be barred from entering any other event.
ANSWER: Is punishable by law and it will ruin the records of that country..
The judges imposed a fine.
In the Ancient Olympics the punishment was to pay for the construction of a statue of Zeus (for whose honour the Olympics were held). And there must ave been a fair bit of cheating around because they were a lot of statues of Zeus at Olympia... In the Modern Olympics you get banned and stripped of your medals (which probably applied to the Ancient Olympians as well, but I don't know for certain).
A bad grade for not doing the workSuspension for cheatingExpulsion for cheating
No. The Greeks placed much stigma on cheating, if and when it was discovered. Punishment included disqualification and exclusion.
Two possible consequences of cheating on an exam are: Getting caught by the teacher Getting suspended or expelled
In the Ancient Olympics the competitors were nude.
they ancient Olympics begun to honor their gods
The Olympics is an Ancient Greek festival.