The games were abolished in AD 393
The Olympics were banned in 393 AD by the Roman Emperor Theodosius. At that time, Christianity was the religion of the Roman Empire. The Emperor saw the Olympic Games as a pagan celebration in honor of pagan gods.
The emperor Theodosius I, the same one that forced Christianity on everyone, banned the Olympics in 393 AD.
The olympic games were stopped in 393 AD by Theodsius I.
Either in AD 393 or AD 435
The games ended in 393 AD when they were banned by Roman emperor Theodosius because the roman empire adopted Christianity as their religion
Theodosius I, Emperor of the Roman Empire, banned the Olympics in 393 AD. The next time the Olympics were held was in 1896.
AD 393385 was the last recorded games, although the games may have continued to 393 (in 394 the games were banned by the then Roman Emperor).
The original Olympic Games were first recorded in 776 BC in Olympia, Greece, and were held until AD 393.
It was stopped in 393 AD because of Christianity by Theodus the 1st.
The olympic games were stopped after 393 AD by Theodosius I when he tried to make Christianity his state religion.
what roman emporer who got banned from the Olympics in 394
No. 1896 are the beginning of what we call the modern Olympic games. The first Olympic games started in 776 BC Olympia, Greece (hence the name 'Olympics') and were celebrated until AD 393.
I don't really know but it started in 776 BC and ended in 393 ad
for almost 1169 years. From 776 B.C. to A.D. 393 before they were stopped by Emperor Theodisius
The Olympics were banned in that year by the emperor Theodosius
The ancient Olympic Games were celebrated from 776 BC to approximate 393 AD. The modern Olympics began in 1896. So there was about a 1500 year lull there where no Olympic Games were held.
The 1896 Summer Olympics, formally called the Games of the I Olympiad, were the first modern Summer Olympic Games and the first Games since Roman emperor Theodosius I banned the Ancient Olympic Games in AD 393 as part of the Christian campaign against paganism. They were held between 6 April and 15 April 1896.
In the modern era, the first Olympic Games were held at Athens, Greece in 1896. The ancient Olympics began in 776 BC in Olympia, Greece, and they continued until 393 AD.
The first Olympic Games were held in Olympia, Greece in 776 B.c. But after the Romans conquered Greece they outlawed the games in the year 393 AD. And they did not start back up until the late 19th Century
The Olympic Games were ended by Theodosius I in AD 393 as part of the campaign to impose Christianity as the official religion of the Byzantine Empire, since the games were considered as pagan at this period of time.
Theodosius I attempted to ban all Olympic games in ancient Greece, although he may not have been entirely successful. He declared the ban in 394 AD as part of a larger ban on pagan celebrations and rituals.
The Ancient Olympic Games , originally referred to as simply the Olympic Games were a series of athletic competitions held between various city-states of Ancient Greece. They began in 776 BC in Olympia, Greece, and celebrated until 393 AD
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