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Please send me history of olympics games

Asked by manjeet khalsa, 25 Aug '08 05:42 pm
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The ancient Olympic Games were primarily a part of a religious festival in honor of Zeus, the father of the Greek gods and goddesses. The festival and the games were held in Olympia, a rural sanctuary site in the western Peloponnesos. The Greeks that came to the Sanctuary of Zeus at Olympia shared the same religious beliefs and spoke the same language. The athletes were all male citizens of the city-states from every corner of the Greek world, coming from as far away as Iberia (Spain) in the west and the Black Sea (Turkey) in the east.
Answered by Flo Rodrigues, 25 Aug '08 10:57 pm

 
  
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Answered by Paresh Solanki, 25 Aug '08 05:43 pm

 
  
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The Olympic Games[1] is an international multi-sport event. The original Olympic Games (Greek: Ολυμπι& #945;κοί Αγώνες; [Olympiakoi Agones] (helpinfo)) were first recorded in 776 BC in Olympia, Greece, and were held until AD 393.[2] Interest in reviving the Olympic Games proper was first shown by the Greek poet and newspaper editor Panagiotis Soutsos in his poem "Dialogue of the Dead" in 1833.[3] Evangelos Zappas sponsored the first modern international Olympic Games in 1859. He paid for the refurbishment of the Panathenian Stadium for Olympic Games held there in 1870 and 1875.[3] This was noted in newspapers and publications around the world including the London Review, which stated that "the Olympian Games, discontinued for centuries, have recently been revived! Here is strange news indeed ... the classical games of antiquity were ...more
Answered by JAYANTILAL PATEL, 25 Aug '08 05:55 pm

 
  
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