Daily Archives: November 29, 2011

Ancient Greek Non – Chronological Report: Emily

Ancient Greek Olympic Games   This report will show about the Ancient Greek Olympic games since they started in 776 BC and ended in AD 395 at Olympia. Running Running , the oldest event in the games, had three main … Continue reading

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Ancient Greek Non – Chronological Report: Ben

  The Ancient Olympic Games Studying the Olympic games gives you an opportunity to take a look at a popular event. This will show you When it happened,what happened and where it happened.   Events The events of the Olympics … Continue reading

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Ancient Greek Non – Chronological Reports: Elias

The Ancient Greek Olympic games The Olympic Games was a very popular thing in Ancient Greek times,  It all started  in 776BC at Olympia which enabled  men to have fun while getting fit . As a bonus,  They could win … Continue reading

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Ancient Greeks Non – Chronological Report: Jack

  The Ancient Olympic Games.   The Olympics are a range of athletic events that were started in Greece. The first Olympics were held in memory of Greek hero, Pelops. The Olympics also started in 776BC and were held every … Continue reading

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Ancient Greeks Non – Chronological Report – Charlotte

  The Ancient Olympic Games. The first Olympic Games was in 776 BC and was founded by the Ancient Greeks. One of the reasons the Olympics were held was to keep men fit and ready for battle. The Olympics where … Continue reading

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Ancient Greeks Non – Chronological Reports: Georgina

  Ancient Olympic Games   This report will tell you about the things you want to know about the AncientOlympics that started in 776BC at Olympia.   Events In the AncientOlympics that the Ancient Greeks took part in, the events … Continue reading

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