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  Olympic   Games - pan-Hellenic games, held at Olympia every 4 years
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324/21 Demosthenes attends the Olympic games as an envoy of the Athenians.
324/22 inting of the marriage of Alexander and Roxane at the Olympic games.
320/16 Satyrus of Elis wins two Olympic victories for boxing.
316/23 pancration contest at the Olympic games and all the other major
312/2 enarces of Stratus wins the pancration contest at the Olympic Games.
308/10 wins the pancration at the Olympic games, and at all the other game
296/3 The Olympic victors include two men who have won prizes at all the
264/4 bine of Ptolemy, wins the Olympic prize in the race for pairs
260/4 Philinus of Cos wins a total of five Olympic victories for running.
260/5 Cratinus of Aegeira wins the Olympic prize for boys' wrestling.
256/9 polemus of Lycia wins the first one-horse race at the Olympic Games.
220/12 sidamus of Messene wins the pancration contest at the Olympic Games.
216/18 tomachus of Thebes wins the pancration contest at the Olympic Games.
212/7 Elis is the first man to win Olympic victories in both the wrestling
200/6 contest for boys is held at the Olympic Games for the first time.
192/8 the wrestling contest at the Olympic Games, after taking hold of his
156/3 Aristomenes of Rhodes is Olympic victor in both the wrestling and the
92/1a the prizes for wrestling and the pancration at the Olympic Games.
80/_ Olympic victor in the boys' stadion race: Epaenetus of Argos
80/13 The main events at the Olympic Games are cancelled, because the athle
72/20 list of winners at the Olympic games, including Hecatomnos in three
68/8 both the wrestling and the pancration contests at the Olympic games.
64/18 wins the wrestling contest at the Olympic games, for a second time.
    Within translations:
Athen_13.573 the house which in the Olympic games & Has thrice borne
Athen_14.620 the rhapsodist, at the Olympic games, recited the Purifi
Athen_14.635 hat establishment of the Olympic games from which the firs
Cic:Brut_243 nguish themselves in the Olympic games, can bear the blows
Ennius:Ann_388 ten won victories at the Olympic games in the last lap,
Eratosth:Fr_8 nes in .... of the Olympic Victors, talking about the 116t
Euseb]:Chron_121 Greeks established the first Olympic games [776 B.C.].
Euseb]:Chron_179 oponnese, and he organised the Olympic games. After Acrisi
Euseb]:Chron_191 institution of the Olympic Games It is necessary to say
Euseb]:Chron_* 197-201 * won the pentathlon at three Olympic games. The Carneia,
Euseb]:Chron_209 first and only man to win 12 Olympic crowns over four
Euseb]:Chron_219 stadion race at the next Olympic games, the 250th Olympiad
FGrH_257a.1 lympiad] [Victors in the Olympic games:] [Pythagoras] of
Inscr_94 (c. 266-260)   s as equivalent to the Olympic Games; therefore [wi
Joseph:BJ_1.426 th, as far as the glory of the Olympic games reached. [427
Just_7.2 species of exercises at the Olympic games. [7.3] & &
Just_12.16 yrians, the other in the Olympic games, to which he had
Just_13.5 Greece, assembled at the Olympic games, had excited a grea
Plut:Mor_179 ur, hissed at him in the Olympic games, What then, said
Plut:Mor_180 that had overcome in the Olympic and Pythian games, And
Plut:Mor_185 be, a conqueror in the Olympic games, or the crier that
Plut:Mor_190 ere commended for managing the Olympic games honourably.
Plut:Mor_836 ivered an oration at the Olympic games, in which he endeav
Plut:Mor_845 a time present at the Olympic games, and hearing Lamach
PsCallisth_1.18 "Do you wish to see the Olympic contest?" The youth repli
PsCallisth_1.20 he went in, wearing his Olympic crown of victory, and,
SEG_59.1406B (c. 280)   Thessalians at the Olympic festival, during the gam
Syll_322 ikophon son of Tryphon - Olympic victor and high pr
Syll_629 (182)   tests equal to the Olympic games - [and also] to
Syll_630 (182)   est, and equal to the Olympic games for the gymnast


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