Did ancient Olympic losers get a prize?
They were shot
They won nothing.
The prize of the ancient olympic games was a crown made of olive tree branches and food for life.
A silver medal and prize money.
A laurel wreath
A gold metal
a hat made of the losers it was called a dead hat NOOB!!!!!!!!!!
A head wreath.
In ancient Greek games (as, fo example, the Olympic Games) the prize for the winner was a laurel wreath. In ancient Greek games (as, fo example, the Olympic Games) the prize for the winner was a laurel wreath.
in ancient greece, the prize was a wreath that goes around the head and a trophy, but if you mean now, the prize is a medal
The Ancient Olympic victor's prize was an olive leaf head circlet.
its in valid losers
a crown of olive leaves cut from the sacred tree of Olympia
A kouros was an ancient Greek statue of a nude boy that was used as an Olympic prize, or sometimes a statue to the dead, or as an offering to the gods.
An olive branch made into a wreath. Olympic winners were treated like heroes in their native city-states.
Yes, they get prize money from the USOC (US Olympic Committee)
Ancient Olympic athletes won a crown of leaves, sometimes dipped in gold, from the sacred tree at Olympia and a vase of olive oil with pictures of battle scenes or Olympic events. The olive oil was to sell and sometimes they also sold the vase. These are ranging from smallish to half the size of a grown man. There are still many olive oil vases today. Sometimes athletes got a statue of themselves if they… Read More
No they didn't
cash prize $1,000 3rd $2,000 2nd
The prize was the crown of olive leaves cut from the sacred tree at Olympia. There were no medals. Only the winner's name was recorded.
No, there was only olympic games for men in ancient olympic history
The ancient olympic games originated in ancient Greece.
it was in ancient olympic
If you mean what is the prize awarded for coming first in the Olympic games, this would be the gold medal. The medals awarded in each event are: Gold - first Silver - second Bronze - third In the ancient Olympics, winners were awarded a branch of wild olive. Sometimes the government would allow an Olympic champion to live in a special building that was only for distinguished citizens. Other winners would be exempt from… Read More
losers were killed
They went home disappointed.
The 46 players who missed the cut after round 2 received no prize money. But the lowest prize among the 50 who played all 4 rounds was $19,200.
A laurel wreath.
The five Olympic rings were not designed until 1913. There were no Olympic rings associated with the ancient Olympic Games.
The ancient Greeks did different games to our Olympic games
No, the olympic games started in Ancient Greece
The Ancient Olympic Games were dedicated to Zeus, the God of Gods.
the ancient olympic track was called the stadion and it was 192m.
Women were not allowed to attend the ancient Olympic games.....
If you win the Olympics you get a medal and a certificate.
because they are losers
Nothing but perhaps shame in their home city.
women were not permitted to attend the ancient olympic games
The Sun's Rays lit the Flame in the Ancient Olympic Games!
Women were not allowed to compete in ancient Olympic games.
The Olympic Games.
A laurel is made up off leaves and ancient greece olympic winners would wear them if they had won a olympic game
The losers won nothing. If they cheated they would be fined and the money would be used to make statues of Zeus. Cowardice and avoiding training were considered cheating- HELLO BEN :D
Women were not permitted to watch the Olympic Games in Ancient Greece
A sliver medal.
It was an Olive wreath.
- They were playing in naked but right now they are wearing Olympic clothes. - Right now it changed lots of designs. - In Ancient Olympic they didn't had torch relay, in modern Olympic they have torch relay. - In Ancient Olympic they didn't had a flag, but right now we have the six colorful ring flag.
they used the olympic torch
The ancient greeks