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Q: Why were the ancient Olympics abolished?
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Who abolished the ancient Olympics?

theodosius did in 393 or 394 A.D.


When and why did the Ancient Olympics stop?

The ancient Olympics were last celebrated in AD 393. They were abolished the following year by a decree of the Roman Emperor Theodosius, because they were un-Christian.


Why the ancient Olympics abolished?

They were very violent games, with a lot of naked men (no women nearby by law) and as ideas about conduct changed, the ancient Olympics lost popularity.


What date did ancient Olympics stop?

The Olympics were last celebrated in AD 393, and abolished for being un-Christian the following year.


How often were the ancient Olympics?

The Olympic Games were held every four years, from 776 B.C. to A.D. 393, when they were abolished by the Christians.


After the Olympics were abolished when did the start again?

2012


When did the ancient Olympics end?

According to the site below, the exact date is unknown. The emperor Theodosius I legally abolished the games in 393 or 394 A.D.


How did the ancient Olympics honor Zeus?

The Ancient Greek Olympics


Why were the ancient games abolished in Greece?

It was in Olympia


Why did ancient Olympics come to an end?

The Ancient Olympics lasted for more than a thousand years, but they started to lose their importance as the Romans began to take over Greece in the second century BC. In AD 394, Emperor Theodosius of Rome officially abolished the Games. bye


What date was the Olympics abolished?

As far as I know, the modern Olympics have never been abolished. There have been times when teams or countries boycotted, but the Olympics still continues on, year after year, as they have since 1896. But perhaps you are referring to ancient times: during the Roman Empire, Emperor Theodosius I (who was a Christian) decided the Olympics were too pagan, and he ordered them to be banned. That occurred in the year 393, and the ban lasted for more than 1500 years.


What are facts about the ancient Olympics?

The ancient Olympics began in 776 BC


What did they wear in running in the Ancient Olympics?

In the Ancient Olympics the competitors were nude.


Why did the ancient Olympics begin?

they ancient Olympics begun to honor their gods


Why did the ancient Greeks have the Olympics?

Ancient Greeks had the Olympics to honor Zeus.


How many events were at the ancient Olympics?

There were 9 events at the ancient olympics


What is the connection Ancient Greece and the Olympics?

The Olympics is an Ancient Greek festival.


Where were the ancient greek Olympics held?

They where held every four years. Although their beginnings are obscure, 776 B.C. and abolished 394 A.D. are the currently accepted facts. :)


When were the ancient greek Olympics held?

They where held every four years. Although their beginnings are obscure, 776 B.C. and abolished 394 A.D. are the currently accepted facts.


Why did the ancient Olympics end?

The ancient Olympics were dedicated to the pagan gods. As the Roman empire had Christianity imposed on it, such institutions were abolished. The emperor Theodosius ended the games in 393 AD. He also closed pagan temples and destroyed most to the ancient Greek sculptures, as they were almost all images of gods and goddesses -- i.e., pagan idols.


How are ancient Olympics different to modern Olympics?

ones ancient ones modern


Who were the ancient Olympics athletes?

The athletes of the ancient Olympics were young Greek men.


When was the first ancient Olympics held and where?

the first ancient Olympics where head in grease


What type of clothes did they wear in the ancient Olympics?

They wore NO CLOTHES at the Ancient Olympics!! .


What did ancient Greeks use for swimming in the Olympics?

They didn't do swimming in the ancient Olympics.