Did Sparta participate in the ancient Olympics?
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Both of them could be in the Olympics and Sparta tried to win over Athenians all the time
people came from all over ancient Greece after they were approved to be in the Olympics because they had to be good enough. so pretty much anyone who was good enough to participate in the Olympics and was a citizen of a Greek city could participate in the Olympics.
In The Ancient Olympics only men were. In the Modern Olympics Women were only aloowed to compete from 1930 onwards
Women did not participate in the Ancient Olympics. Only Greek speaking men were allowed to participate. Exception: in the chariot-race the owner of the horses was considered to be the competitor, and got the prize if they won. Women could put their horses in for the chariot race, and were considered competitors when they did.
The women weren't allowed to participate in the ancient Olympic games.
Only citizens of Greek city-states could participate. King Philip of Macedonia wanted to enter in the chariot race, and to gain entry had to fake up an ancestry going back to Sparta hundreds of years before.
ANY free man in a Greek polis could participate in the Olympics if he was fit for event.
The participants of the ancient greek Olympics were greek boys that were free citizens, were not criminals, and whose city-state agreed to participate in the truce of the olympic games.
Only free native born men were allowed to participate or watched the ancient Greek Olympics.
I believe it was Sparta that did not have women participate in public life.
It is an ancient greek city home to the Spartans. Watch 300. Sparta is best described as the city-state that lost to the Argives in the grade 5 Olympics
Women were not allowed to participate in the ancient Olympic games. The Olympic games were a platform for men to show their strength.
Only Greek white men. Children and slaves could not participate.
Orsuippus from Megars and Acanthus of Sparta are early "named" winners. One of the many named...
because it was all nude for the boys in the olympics and all married women might see other peoples parts
Chariot Racing- something unfair was girls weren't allowed to go to Olympics or school in that time!
In Sparta women where some sense freer than the Athens. the women had many rights they could participate in sports in fact they needed to be healthy so much that they would leave the weaker newborns to die.
No it wasnt because they wanted to be healthy or olympics was healthy it was because women werent llowed to participate back in time when olympics was first a world heritage.
There is no exact number of how many people attended the ancient Olympics, but they were known to draw large crowds. All free Greek males were allowed to participate in the event no matter their social standing.
sparta is located around ancient grece
Only athletes from city states in Ancient Greece competed. These included Sparta, Rhodes, Croton, etc.
Men were only aloud to take part because women where to slow at everything!
Men- the women werent aloud to participate in the olympics, they were practically the mens slaves.
Women were not allowed to participate or even watch. The athletes performed in the nude.
Ancient Sparta focused more on military achievements and ancient Athens thought more of academic knowledge. Athens were a democracy and Sparta was an oligarchy
Yes, there were slaves in Ancient Sparta. They were called Helots.
216 countries will participate in 2012 Olympics.....
You can participate in the U.S Olympics at the age of 12.
In western Greece women were not allowed to compete in the Olympic games. Women were not allowed to participate in the ancient Olympics because most women were know to disrespect Zeus and the other gods. Men usually played naked so the women were also not allowed to participate because of their differences to men. ============== The original Olympics (like some other festival games) were a religious observance in which the participants made an offering to… Read More
88 nations will participate in the 2014 Olympics.
Ancient Olympic games were sports competitions held between different city states of Greece starting from 776 BC. These also included Athens, Heliopolis and Sparta.
Men were the only ones who were allowed to participated in the ancient olympics. women were not allowed to participate because women were known to disrespect the gods. And that the men competed naked!
It was in 1900 when women were allowed to participate in the Olympics. The 1900 Summer Olympics were held in Paris, France.
Vatican City does not have a National Olympic Committee and, therefore, does not participate in the Olympics.
Men can participate in 26 events for the summer Olympics.
the army made Sparta strong in ancient Greece
Sparta was part of Greece-it was a city in it.
The Olympic Games gave an opportunity for representatives from the various Greekl states (Athens, Sparta, Corinth and so on) to meet peacefully.
Any free man in a Greek polis could participate in the Olympics if he was fit for event. lewis brownsword
Participation was limited to men in ancient Olympics initially. However, by 6th century BC women were allowed to participate in events like foot racing.
Infact, Ancient Sparta had 56,923 states. It was very large
Im assuming you meant acient and modern olympics If so, here is a list of some of the changes In ancient times only Greeks could participate, and now we have worldwide participation Technology (such as shoes) help atheletes break world records Women may participate in the modern games Changed from a way of worship to purely recreational There could only be one winner in the ancient olympics We now have both a winter and summer… Read More
Not in all events. There were some events that had women competitors. Married women weren't allowed to spectate because the men in the Olympics were entirely nude. The penalty could be a harsh as death.
The Olympics are a legacy of the ancient Greeks because it was they who founded such competitions. Ancient Greek culture had several different Olympic-style athletic competitions, held at different times of year, sometimes at several-year intervals. Even members of nation-states at war with one another might participate in such games.
Sparta was oligarchy
Sparta (This is SPARTA!)
The name for a slave in ancient Sparta was "Helot", meaning "imperior" in Greek.
This is the Sparta flag..... The sparta flag is a blue flag with a Sparta warriors head on it......