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  • ...etic gatherings of the classical world, and the most important festival of ancient Greece. ...ial reward. While there were other athletic gatherings, it was the Olympic Games which had pride of place, and the rules governing them set a norm for othe
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  • Major athletic contest of ancient Greece.
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Ancient Olympic Games]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|International Olympic Committee}}
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  • * [[:Category:Olympic Games|Olympic Games]] * [[Ancient Olympic Games]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Ancient Olympic Games]]
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  • ...overseeing the modern revival of the [[Ancient Olympic Games]] and the "[[Olympic Movement]]" generally. It is headquartered in [[Lausanne]], [[Switzerland ...r respective countries, which includes selecting their respective national Olympic teams, while the IFs have world-wide jurisdiction over a particular sport
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  • ...nearly 80 countries competing in 80 events in 7 different sports. Specific Games are informally referred to by the name of the host city (and year, especia ...The modern games began as a revival of the [[Ancient Olympic Games|ancient Olympics]] through the organizing efforts of [[Pierre de Coubertin|Baron Pierre d
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  • ...ent Olympic Games]], which were held every four years at [[Olympia, Greece|Olympia]] for over a thousand years. [[Gladiator]]ial contests and [[chariot raci ==Ball and stick games==
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  • ...etic gatherings of the classical world, and the most important festival of ancient Greece. ...ial reward. While there were other athletic gatherings, it was the Olympic Games which had pride of place, and the rules governing them set a norm for othe
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  • A sacred site in Ancient Greek mythology and the home of the Ancient Olympic Games; there used to stand a temple to the god Zeus, with one of the Seven Wonde
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  • {{Image|statue of zeus.jpg|right|200px|Statue of Zeus at Olympia, recreated for the Hermitage Museum}} ...(eds.) ''The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World''. Routledge. p 62.</ref> Olympia was a centre for the worship of Zeus, and the statue renowned for its qua
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  • {{r|Statue of Zeus at Olympia}} {{r|Ancient Celtic music}}
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  • ...all those [[zero-sum game]]s, a term used primarily in [[economics]] and [[game theory]] and indicative of a competition involving clear winners and losers ...prime example: sponsorship of a thirty-second advertising slot during the game costs $2.6 million. There is also a phenomenon known as [[sports entertainm
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  • {{r|Seven Wonders of the Ancient World}} {{r|Ancient Olympic Games}}
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  • ...to the period (of usually four years) ''between'' two consecutive Olympic Games.
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  • ...1912 Olympic Games]]. It is based on the pentathlon event of the [[Ancient Olympics]]. The five disciplines are [[fencing]], [[freestyle swimming]], [[show
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  • {{r|Ancient Olympic Games}} {{r|Seven Wonders of the Ancient World}}
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  • *'''The next Olympic games are scheduled for 2008.''' In preparation for the events [[User:James_F._ ...see section "[[Olympic_Games/Related_Articles#Summer_Olympic_sports|Summer Olympic sports]]"
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  • It developed from beauty practices and fitness used by the ancient Greeks, including skills for mounting and dismounting a horse, and circus p ...den horse. In [[393]] AD the [[Emperor Theodosius]] abolished the Olympic Games, which by then had become corrupt, and gymnastics, along with other sports
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  • ...udes the power to declare war, is effectively exercised by ministers. The ancient feudal functions of the monarchy continue to be reflected in constitutiona ...that the UK currently does not compete in football events at the [[Olympic Games]]. It is in this way that rugby football differs internationally to associ
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  • * Many competitions and honors, such as the [[Olympic Games|Olympics]] and the [[Nobel Prize]], award a gold [[medal]] to the winner (with [[ ...ical]] symbol, the [[Egypt]]ian [[Egyptian hieroglyph|hieroglyph]] and the ancient [[Chinese character]] for the Sun. For modern attempts to produce artificia
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  • ...f [[Homer]], around 800 B.C., and the institution of the [[Ancient Olympic Games]] in 776 B.C. ...alphabet]] and [[Ancient Greek phonology]]. For details on post-classical Ancient Greek pronunciation, see [[Koine Greek phonology]].
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  • ...orld Archery Federation]] (WA) and the sport is contested at the [[Olympic Games]].
    349 B (56 words) - 14:37, 15 September 2019

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