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How many countries competed in the Ancient Olympic games?

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== == Ancient Olympic Games included representatives of different city states in ancient Greece. Although athletes from any country could compete they had to be free men and had to speak greek. Athletes from Rome and Armenia are known to have competed. It is not clear exactly how many countries took part. Only myth has survived.

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