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Women were not permitted to watch the Olympic Games in Ancient Greece

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Back in Acient Greece women were not allowed in the olympic games only men.


Women in Ancient Greek were considered inferior to men and did not have the same rights. For that reason they were not allowed to participate in the Olympic games.


Men only could watch the olympic games for ancient greece. the men in the olympic games were naked and women were not allowed to watch for this reason


The ancient olympic games originated in ancient Greece.


The children and the men. Women are not allowed to watch.


Women were not allowed to attend the ancient Olympic games.....


Women were not allowed to compete in ancient Olympic games.


No, the olympic games started in Ancient Greece


Women in early Greece were not allowed to take part in their olympic games.


The place of the Ancient Olympic Games was Olympia in Ancient Greece


The Olympic Games honored the head god. That head god is Zeus. The people of Greece thought "If a god is mad, than we can be destroyed and wiped out!" The Olympic Games of Ancient Greece was held every four years. The Olympic Games of Ancient Greece allowed only men to participate. Men participated nude. ((no clothes))


All wars were paused during the olympic games in ancient Greece.


Yes. Women are allowed in the Modern Olympic Games, both as participants, and as spectators. Women were banned from the Ancient Olympic Games held in Greece, (both as participating athletes and as spectators), but, women are certainly allowed in the Modern Olympic Games.


Athens GreeceAncient Greece.


Women were allowed in the ancient Olympic games only when the owned a horse who participated in the race . Otherwise they were not allowed.


The Olympic games in ancient Greece were originally named after the location of the games which was Olympia. Because of this the games were originally called the Olympiads.


The Olympic games are loosely based on the ancient Olympic Games of ancient Greece. These were called the Olympic Games because they were held in Olympia, which was a plain in the district of Elis, in southern Greece that was regarded as a sacred region.


In the ancient Olympic games women were not allowed to compete, but now they are.


no they were not allowed to take part in the olympic games until 1900


Women were not allowed to participate in the ancient Olympic games. The Olympic games were a platform for men to show their strength.



One fact - there were no ancient Greek Olympic Equestrian Games


Olympia, in ancient Greece


There was no Olympic Games outside of Greece before the first one was recorded.


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