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Yes, they do get punished if they watched. They would have to jump off a cliff and into the ocean or sea.....

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How many people watched the ancient Olympics?

Around 7500 med watched the olympics. Women werent allowed to watch as the men were naked!

What is the difference between the ancient and modern Olympics?

There are many differences between the ancient and modern Olympics.Main reasons would be the appearance of the competitors i.e. men competed naked for pride and toughness. Another reason would be the sports as the ancient Olympics consisted of at most ten sports. The modern Olympics have substantially more events and soon increased throughout the ages!in ancient Olympics athletes who won will have a lifetime supply of foods, in modern Olympics victorious athletes will have medals .. and the modern Olympics now have winter Olympics , there are more sports than in ancient Greek the ancient is a preparation for war but the modern are sporting eventsSome of the differences were:The ancient Olympics were held only throughout Greece, for Greeks; the modern Games are held around the world, for people of every nation.The ancient games allowed only men to compete. Competition was performed almost nude. Wars were put on hold for (and sometimes, even decided by) the ancient Olympic games. Winners were often awarded expensive prizes, including land and olives (a precious commodity in ancient times).The modern Games, until recently, had strict requirements about being an amateur. Both men and women compete, though separately. They were canceled during the World Wars. In 1980 (Moscow) and 1984 (Los Angeles), a substantial number of countries boycotted the Games, which in ancient times would have led to out-and-out war.In addition, the modern Games have a winter sports program; the Winter Games used to be held the same year as the summer edition, but as of the Lillehammer (Norway) Games of 1994, they've been shifted by two years to be held on the even-numbered year that falls between the Summer Olympic years.In ancient times:Wars between all competing nations would end, competitors were only men, there were only summer games every 4 years, only at Olympia (never changing the venue), very religious event, most events were nude, women were rarely allowed to attend, festivities included drama productions. The following were competed in: Sprinting, long distance running, wrestling, discus, shot put, archery, long jump, weight lifting, javelin, sometimes dancing, gymnastics of balancing sorts.Modern times;Besides the ones listed above, there are now winter sports so Olympic occur every 2 years, women can compete and watch, there are more sports, multiple venues in a single changing host nation, opening and closing ceremonies, used as political event (boycotting would never be allowed in ancient Greece). Some of the new competitions include: bicycling, marathons, swimming events, diving, synchronized swimming, gymnastics like the rings, the bar, pole vaulting, rowing, sailing, white water racing, shooting, soccer, softball, baseball (as of 2008 being the last year), tennis, ping pong, volleyball (beach and court), and many more.While there are a great many differences between the modern and the ancient Olympics, in terms of which sports are included, what the rules are for those sports, the number of athletes and observers, and other such details, the single greatest difference is that the ancient Olympics were competitions between different Greek athletes, involving no participation by athletes from any other nation, whereas the modern Olympics are a global event in which athletes from all over the world represent their nations.The ancient Olympics were first held in thousands of years ago. In 1896, the modern Olympics began. The contestants in the ancient Olympic game were mainly men and competed in nude for toughness and braveness. A prominent difference between the games were that the ancient Olympics were held in honor of the Greek god, Zeus, yet in the modern Olympics, competitors compete in favor of reward and self-best.In modern Olympics, contestants are of both genders. This gives women the right to participate, when in ancient Olympics, there were little women participants. In the ancient Olympics, the only women who took part were unmarried virgins. These participants did not attract as much attention as the men who dominated the Olympics in the ancient times.This gives the main difference between the modern and ancient Olympics.then they wore braids in their hair and now they dont. they were naked

How many events are in a decathonlon?

A "decathlon" consists of ten distinct athletic events. Originating in the athletic competitions held in ancient Greece (including the "Olympics"), modern-day decathlon competitions vary in the particular events required of the competitors; for instance, the ten events will differ in men's and women's competitions.

What kinds of governments developed in ancient Greece?

a republic, voting, rights Some of the ancient Greek states developed a form of democracy. (Women and slaves were not allowed to vote, but compare this with the situation in America say in 1850).

What kinds of jobs did the women have during the civil war?

Women in the civil war sometimes dressed as men to fight in the war. They also stayed home. Since the men were fighting in the war, the women also had to do their jobs too. This included making the bread, cooking, cleaning, watching the children and working in the fields. The children also helped.

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