only men were, but the heraia festival (celebrating hera) was only for women
Woman did not compeate in ancient olympics only men did and they did not know what to where so the wore nothing!
If you are talking about the ancient Olympics she was beaten to death.
thrown off a cliff
the spartan woman were allowed to compeat.
No, they weren't even allowed to enter.
Woman were forbiden to participate in the ancient Olympics as It was believed that the Roman gods though more highly of the male sex, It was though man was stronger. As they didn't want to offend their gods and because the Olympics was also a mainly religious feat woman weren't even allowed to veiw the games. Instead a sperate festival was held in honor of Zeus's wife Hera, where woman could have their own games.==============It was a Greek festival, not Roman.The original Olympics (like some other Greek games) were a religious observance in which the participants made an offering to Zeus of a military virtue called agon. Women weren't warriors, so they didn't have agon.
No women were not allowed to take part in the ancient Olympics , started in Athens by the Greeks. No women were not allowed to take part in the ancient Olympics , started in Athens by the Greeks. and they get burned and have to stay in the house for days
They could possible be killed trying to get in.
Women were not allowed to participate in the ancient Olympic games. The Olympic games were a platform for men to show their strength.
Masquerading as a man, which would be difficult an athletes competed naked.
Woman's Honor was created on 1913-04-12.
A woman's honor is families honor
A Maid of Honor is a single young woman and a Matron of Honor is a young married woman.
The punishment for a woman attending the Olympics was to be thrown off mount Typaeum.This is not a fake answer
No there is currently no lacrosse in the Olympics.
Any free, greek man. if a married woman tried to come, she'd be killed. unmarried girls also had their own race.
While only men were allowed o compete, all could watch even the ancient olympics. Who was first woman can't be determined.
Women were not equal to men. Greek women had a fair amount of freedom in their time, but they still were not equal.
A woman's honor is family honor
Karman Malleswari was the first Indian woman to win a bronze medal in the Olympics when she medalled in the Women's 69kg category in Weightlifting at the Sydney Olympics and she is still the only Indian Woman to medal at an Olympics.
A Woman's Honor - 1915 was released on: USA: October 1915