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Olympic games (9)

Ancient olympic champions, boxing

Atyanas, 72 B.C., 177th Olympiad.

Atyanas (Atuanas), the son of Hippocrates, a native of Adramyttium, conquered in boxing in the Olympic games, B. C. 72. He was afterwards killed by pirates.

Marcus Tullius

APAMIA (Ancient city) TURKEY
, , 141 - 145
He won two times in the 230th & 231st Olympiads in 141 & 145 A.D.

Ancient olympic champions, boys' stadium


ASSOS (Ancient city) TURKEY
Sodamas from Assos in the Troad, a city at the foot of Ida, was the first of the Aeolians in this district to win at Olympia the foot-race for boys. (Paus. 6.4.8-9)

Ancient olympic champions, four-horse chariot

Acestorides, four-horse chariot

TROY (Ancient city) TURKEY
, , -212
142nd Olympiad, 212 BC.

Ancient olympic champions, stadium


KYZIKOS (Ancient city) TURKEY
, , -192
192 B.C., 147th Olympiad.

Alcimus, 144 B.C., 159th Olympiad

, , -144


NIKEA (Ancient city) TURKEY
, , 116 - 112
He won in this event two times: 166th (116 BC) and 167th Olympiad (112 BC).

Diophanes, 13 A.D., 198th Olympiad

PRUSSA (Ancient city) TURKEY
, , 13

Ancient olympic champions, wrestling

Damocrates, 204 B.C., 144th Olympiad

, , -204
Damocrates, of Tenedos, a distinguished wrestler, of whom there was a statue at Olympia (Paus. vi. 17.1). He is probably the same as the one of whom an anecdote is related by Aelian. (V. H. iv. 15)

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