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Ancient Greek Non – Chronological report: Abi E

Ancient Greek Olympics   In the Ancient Greek Olympic games there were lots of events. That leaves us with some questions, like how many people took part? Were there lots of dangers and what prizes did the winners get? To … Continue reading

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Ancient Greek Non – Chronological Report: Elyse

The Ancient Greek Olympic Games What where the Greek Olympics? The Olympic Games is a huge event which fist started in Ancient Greece in 776 BC .It contained many different events including chariot races, boxing, running and so on. Although … Continue reading

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Ancient Greek Non – Chronological Report: Cameron

The Ancient Olympic Games The Olympic Games started in Ancient Greece in 776Bc and were decided to be held every four years. The Olympics were meant to get fitness and health levels high as they could for the condition of … Continue reading

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Ancient Greek Non – Chronological report: Red Group

The Ancient Olympics   The Ancient Olympics started in 776BC in Olympia and were held every four years in honour of Zeus, king of the gods. The games were held in memory of the Greek hero, Pelops. Many impressive buildings … Continue reading

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Ancient Greek Non – Chronological Report: Abi P

The Ancient Olympic Games The Ancient Olympic Games started in ancient Greece in 776BC, the games were held in Olympia. The Olympics started in honour of Zeus, the Greek god of all gods, but also in memory of Pelops, a … Continue reading

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Ancient Greek Non – Chronological Report: Oliver

The Ancient Olympic Games The Olympic Games started in 776bc and has since then grown to be one of the greatest event held every 4 years.  Held in memory of Greek hero Pelops and in honour of Zeus, it had … Continue reading

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