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Ancient Greek Non – Chronological Report: Will W

  Ancient Olympic Games   The Olympic games are the oldest and most important competition of all. The first Olympic games were in 776BC. They took place in Olympia every 4 years. Read on to find out more.   Events … Continue reading

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Ancient Greek Non – Chronological Report: John

The first Olympics was in 776 BC to honour the king god Zeus; from then on it was held every 4 years in Olympia, Greece   Attendance No married women were aloud to watch or even (except for the powerful … Continue reading

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Ancient Greek Non – Chronological Report: Josh NB

The Ancient Olympic Games Athletics was a really good sport for the Greeks.  The Olympic Games started in Olympia and also started in 776 BC.   The Olympics happened every four years and it still does. Events There were running, wrestling, … Continue reading

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Ancient Greek Non – Chronological Report: Alex M

  The Ancient Olympic Games The Ancient Olympic games were very interesting. They held a small range of games but now we have a wide range. If you want to know more please read here.   Olympia   Olympia held … Continue reading

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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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