The Ancient Olympics: Bridging past and present
The Ancient Olympics: Bridging past and present

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2.1 Further resources

Reading

Anderson, D. (2000) The Story of the Olympics. New York, Harper Collins.

Finley, M.I., & Pleket, H.W. (1976) The Olympic Games: the first thousand years. New York, Viking Press.

Paleologos, C. (1976) The Ancient Olympic Games, in Killanin, L. & Rodda, J. (Eds.), The Olympic Games (pp. 24-26). New York, Macmillan.

Web links

Olympic History [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)]

The Ancient Olympics

Lämmer, M. “The peace philosophy of the Olympic movement: A historical perspective”. In 7 Uluslararasi Spor Bilimleri Kongresi 27-29 Ekim 2002

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