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
Romans were allowed to vote, own land, compete in competitions. You were even allowed to do this if you were a women.
No and if they where caught they where thrown off a cliff to there death.
Athletes from the various Greek city states. Only the men could compete because they were considered strong and powerful and the women were considered an offense to Zues.
becauseI'm not exactly sure but i know that the women weren't aloud in the Olympics neither were they aloud to watch the Olympics in the audience.the Olympics were considered a man sport back then like football but in Greek times
No, women were not allowed to enter the olympics.
no women were not aloud to compete in the Olympics.
yes they were
Women were allowed in the Olympics but only for the equestrian events. They were only allowed to ride the horses.
the women first were aloud to compete in the Olympics in 1896
They were never allowed compete in olympics.
Women were first allowed to compete in the Olympic Games in Paris in 1900. Women were allowed to compete in tennis, as well as golf.
1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.