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Poster of the 1896 Olympic Games - Athens, Greece. This is the debut of the modern Olympic Games.

This photograph shows the progress of the excavations in the deep hole, Pit X, undertaken from 1933-1934. The large-scale excavation removed 13,000 cubic meters of soil and involved over 150 workers. Photo Credit: C. Leonard Woolley, 1934, and Iraq's Ancient Past, Penn Museum Woolley conducted excavations at Ur for 12 seasons, excavations paid for by the British Museum the University of Pennsyvlania; five of those seasons (1926-1932) were concentrated on the Royal Cemetery.

Early Twentieth Century Excavations at the Royal Cemetery at Ur

Early Twentieth Century Excavations at the Royal Cemetery at Ur: Excavating the Royal Cemetery at Ur

1896 Olympic games issue in complete set of 12 values, m. VF. (Hellas 109/120).

1896 Olympic games issue in complete set of 12 values, m. VF. (Hellas 109/120).

1948 London Olympics - "Golden" Olympians: Where They Are Today

Golden Olympians: Where They Are Today

1dr 1896 Olympic Games in bl.4 canc. "ΑΘΗΝΑΙ-3*9.ΜΑΙΟΣ.1897", u. (Hellas 117-3750Ε).

1896 Olympic Games in canc. (Hellas RRR and Superb.

Olympic Posters - snapshots through time: London 1948

Olympic Posters - snapshots through time

This hub is a gallery of Olympic posters, it shows the evolution of the Olympic Games from the first official poster for Stockholm in 1912 right up to the present.

There is evidence that the Romans were first exposed to public entertainments not from the Greeks that had colonized southern Italy but from the Etruscans to the north. In the sixth and fifth centuries BCE, Etruscan culture was abound in various types of shows involving singing, dancing and athletic competitions. For instance, the walls of an ancient tomb in Etruria feature paintings of musicians, sporting events, and viewers seated on wooden benches.

There is evidence that the Romans were first exposed to public entertainments…

Vintage Pictures of Olympic Athens, 1896 (9)

Spiridon Louis (centre) of Greece receives his medal at the medal ceremony for winning the Marathon event during the 1896 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.

Encore une représentation de kynodesme. Quelqu'un sait-il de quel vase il s'agit, ou au moins où il se trouve? Aucune indication sur le site d'où j'ai repris cette image. Another "kynodesm" scene. Does anyone know what vase it is and where it comes from? No indication on the website where the image was found. Otra representación de "kynodesmo". ¿Alguien sabe dónde está ese vaso? El website no da ninguna indicación.

BBC - Primary History - Ancient Greeks - The Olympic Games. This picture shows a winner at the Games receiving his prize of palm branches. He is also given wool ribbons to tie around his head, arms or legs.

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