Greek athletic sports and festivals by E. Norman Gardiner

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Published by Macmillan and Co. in London .

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Subjects:

  • Athletics,
  • Olympics,
  • Fasts and feasts,
  • Sports

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Statementby E. Norman Gardiner
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGV21 .G3
The Physical Object
Paginationxxvii, 533 p. :
Number of Pages533
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24707839M
LC Control Number10036068

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Using a wide array of ancient sources, written and visual. The Heraean Games, held in the Olympic stadium, were instituted as the first athletic competition for women and helped undercut the gendered segregation of Greek society.

Ancient Greek Festivals - Introduction Just about everyone is familiar with the ancient Olympic Games because of their revival in modern times. Less well known are the other three "crown" festivals of ancient Greece, those held at Delphi, Isthmia, and Nemea, not to mention local festivals that included athletic, equestrian, and musical contests.

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An introduction to the world of ancient Greek athletics, including the origins, facilities, events, athletes, training, politics, and role of sports in society and a companion source book to. Gardiner, E. N., Greek Athletic Sports and Festivals (London ).

Golden, M., Sport and Society in Ancient Greece (). Golden, M., Sport and Society in the Ancient World: From A to Z (NY Routledge ). Hard, Robin, Olympic Games and other Greek Athletic Festivals (NY Routledge ). The Greek armies had to be fit enough to march long distances, carrying all their heavy equipment, and then begin the fight with the enemy.

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Featuring contributions from a wide range of international. Festivals mostly lasted nine days and included poetry, music, drama, and athletics. The Agora was the center of activity during festivals.

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