How did the Olympics get its name?


The Olympics got its name from city named Olympia, Greece and the games were always held every four years. It is calculated that the Olympics have been held for at least 293 times and the frits one to be recorded was around 776 BC.
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The Olympic Games were started by the Greek as sports events and for religious festivals. These early Olympics were held once every 4 years until they were banned ...
The Ancient Olympic Games began in Greece in 776 BCE, but the Roman Emperor Theodosius I put a stop to them in 393 CE. The modern Olympic Games began in Athens ...
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