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Olympic Flame Ceremony, Arhaia Olympia, Greece

Olympic Flame Ceremony, Arhaia Olympia, Greece

Track in Ancient Olympia, Greece

Track in Ancient Olympia, Greece

Ancient Olympia, Greece

Ancient Olympia, Greece

Olympia, Greece

Olympia, Greece

Ancient Nemea's Stadium -Tunnel to Locker Rooms.

Ancient Nemea's Stadium -Tunnel to Locker Rooms.

Stadion | Delphi

Stadion | Delphi

The Stadion, Hellanodikae Boxes, Delphi, Greece, 2011 It is located at the highest point of Delphi above the Temple of Apollo and north west from the ancient theater. It was used for foot races during the Pythian games. It was built on a natural sloped with the north side cut into rock and the south side artificially supported by a wall terrace. 7,000 spectators could sit in it. The judges were seated int he first rows. It is 178m long and 25.50m wide.

The Stadion, Hellanodikae Boxes, Delphi, Greece, 2011 It is located at the highest point of Delphi above the Temple of Apollo and north west from the ancient theater. It was used for foot races during the Pythian games. It was built on a natural sloped with the north side cut into rock and the south side artificially supported by a wall terrace. 7,000 spectators could sit in it. The judges were seated int he first rows. It is 178m long and 25.50m wide.

Nemea, the stadium where took place the Nemean games as a tribute to Zeus Nemean

Nemea, the stadium where took place the Nemean games as a tribute to Zeus Nemean

Nemea Stadion. At both ends of the the track a balbis, or starting line, was located. The balbis consisted of a line of stones with two toe grooves. In addition to the stone starting line itself, the balbis included a starting mechanism called a hysplex (above right), which functioned using the same torsion concept as a catapult. This mechanism allowed Greeks to have consistently fair starts to races.

Nemea Stadion. At both ends of the the track a balbis, or starting line, was located. The balbis consisted of a line of stones with two toe grooves. In addition to the stone starting line itself, the balbis included a starting mechanism called a hysplex (above right), which functioned using the same torsion concept as a catapult. This mechanism allowed Greeks to have consistently fair starts to races.

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