7 edition of How to be an ancient Greek athlete found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 32) and index.
|Other titles||Ancient Greek athlete|
|Statement||written by Jacqueline Morley ; illustrated by David Antram.|
|Contributions||Antram, David, 1958- , ill.|
|LC Classifications||GV21 .M67 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|ISBN 10||0792274954, 0792274431|
|LC Control Number||2004447904|
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But how did. In fact, the word athlete is an ancient Greek word that means "one who competes for a prize" and was related to two other Greek words, athlos meaning "contest" and athlon meaning "prize." Our first glimpse of organized Greek athletics is in the 23rd book of Homer's Iliad, where Achilles organizes funeral games for his friend Patroklos who was.
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Athletes needed—apply at your local gymnasium. Do you have what it takes to represent Athens at the great games at Olympia. Your training will include the learning of grammar, music, citizenship, and philosophy, as well as honing your athletic skills in boxing, running, wrestling, long jump, and decathlon.
How to Be an Ancient Greek Athlete. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic. Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide) Morley, Jacqueline and David Antram, How to Be an Ancient Greek Athlete. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic, MLA Citation (style guide) Morley, Jacqueline., and David Antram.
How to Be an Ancient Greek Athlete. Milo of Croton (/ ˈ m aɪ l oʊ /; Greek: Μίλων, Mílōn; gen.: Μίλωνος, Mílōnos) was a 6th-century BC wrestler from the Magna Graecian city of Croton, who enjoyed a brilliant wrestling career and won many victories in the most important athletic festivals of ancient Greece.
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in. This was not a concern of the Greeks since ancient athletes regularly received prizes worth substantial amounts of money. In fact, the word athlete is an ancient Greek word that means “one who competes for a prize” and was related to two other Greek words, athlos meaning “contest” and athlon meaning “prize.”.
Introduction to ancient Greek art. Introduction to Greek architecture. The classical orders. Greek architectural orders. Olympic games. This is the currently selected item. Victorious athlete: The Vaison Daidoumenos. Prize amphora showing a chariot race.
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Although the world of the ancient Greeks is long past, it lives on in the stirring tales of Greek mythology. More than just gods and goddesses, this long-ago culture gave us legendary heroes and heroines whose exploits still thrill us. But who are the greatest heroes of Greek mythology.
Was it the mighty Hercules. Or perhaps brave Achilles. Start studying ancient athletes. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. There was a notion of equality in getting flogged that was a fundamental characteristic of ancient Greek society. According to the evidence of Etruscan vases, some so the athlete carried a shield of the same weight.
In Greek society, these competitive values tended to be focused much more upon men than upon women (whose virtues were largely expected to be of a collaborative nature, above all with regard to their husband), and hence it is not surprising that the athlete's body in ancient Greece is almost always a naked male body.
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