The cheaters would be fined heavily and the money received from those fines would be used to create statues of gods and champion athletes that were placed at the stadium where the Olympics were held.
The judges imposed a fine.
there was no cheating do to the players being naked, so there was nothing they could e cheating with.
i imagine that you would be kicked out of the game
In ancient Greece, if you were caught cheating, you had to pay fines and with that money, statues of Zeus were build with the funds. Today people would be disqualified, have to pay, and would have shame following them for the rest of their life, even face jail time depending on the charge.
The traditional Jewish penalty for a cheating wife was death during the more patriarchal days. Divorce is now a common way of handling adultery instead.
Well, Olympics was a big thing back then- it was THE thing to do, so penalties often involved temporary bans from mobile phones, etc. The biggest penalty by far though, was being stoned to deth by characters from the flintstones. Love, Matt.
They can fine you for cheating in the games.
Repetitive cheating or drug use
No. The Greeks placed much stigma on cheating, if and when it was discovered. Punishment included disqualification and exclusion.
ANSWER: Is punishable by law and it will ruin the records of that country..
Yes, being disqualified.
* Drug tests are taken for those that participate in the Olympics, but some do slip through.
thrown off a cliff
What is the penalty for first degree robbery in ky.
The punishment for a woman attending the Olympics was to be thrown off mount Typaeum.This is not a fake answer
You would be disqualified and will never be allowed to compete in Olympics ever again. You will be banished from your city.
Women were not allowed to compete in the ancient Olympics, under penalty of death. Married women were not allowed to attend, also under penalty of death. Unmarried women were allowed to attend, as it was thought that the Olympics were a good place for young maidens to meet their future husbands.
The death penalty was first introduced in the U.S in 1976.
In the Ancient Olympics the punishment was to pay for the construction of a statue of Zeus (for whose honour the Olympics were held). And there must ave been a fair bit of cheating around because they were a lot of statues of Zeus at Olympia... In the Modern Olympics you get banned and stripped of your medals (which probably applied to the Ancient Olympians as well, but I don't know for certain).
His first Olympics were the 2008 Beijing Olympics.