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The prize of the ancient olympic games was a crown made of olive tree branches and food for life.
A wreath of olive branches was placed on the winner's head at the ancient Olympics in Greece.
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.
The Ancient Olympic victor's prize was an olive leaf head circlet.
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
A laurel wreath
A head wreath.
They got medals.
what is the prize for 2nd in the acient Olympics games
Ancient Olympians did not get medals. Only the winner got a prize, an olive wreath. At home, however, his victory would be handsomely rewarded with sums of money and/or gifts of goods, such as valuable vats of olive oil.
A crown of olive leaves cut from the sacred tree at Olympia.