Did the ancient Olympics have a hymn?
The Olympic opening ceremony featured Abide With Me which is the traditional FA Cup final hymn in England. words by Henry Francis Lye The other hymn performed was the Olympic hymn, although at the opening ceremony an instrumental version was performed as the Olympic flag was raised. This was written by the Greek composer Spiros Samaras.
I Think That The Impact Is That If There Were No Modern Olympics There Would Be No Modern Olympics. Also, The Games From The Ancient Olympics Are In The Modern Olympics Today .. ! One Other Thing Is That EveryOne Still Talks About The Ancient Olympics Today And Its Just Soo Big Every Single Place Around The World .... ! .. <3 -Marissa
Similarities 1. Held every four years 2. There are many of the same events 3. They compete Differences 1. Only men could compete in ancient Olympics 2. Ancient Olympics were held to honor the ancient Greek god, Zeus 3. They didn't have ice skating, bobsledding, or the luge in ancient Olympics 4. In the ancient Olympics the men had to compete nude