men were the only ones alowed to compete
No Not at all
No, ladies were not allowed to compete in the ancient greek Olympics until much later then men. The first recorded Olympics were in 776BC, but women could not compete for another 500 years. Glad i could help :)
only grreks boy taht were citizen Translation: Only Greek boys that were citizens (seriously dude, learn how to spell)
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
Any Greek that deserved to win and could/did compete in the olympics. Sorry I don't know much about the greek olympics. One person who won was remaro carne
No, it was a male-only religious celebration to Zeus. Women had their own religious ceremonies.
Only free men who spoke Greek could compete, instead of athletes from any country.
no one could on tv or electrical things but men and women could watch, only wealthy men could compete and poets plus sculptors were there is well
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.