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Stater of the Greek city of Olympia, made of silver, minted around 363-343 BC, Money Museum.

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A boxing scene from an attic red-figure kylix (c. 500 BCE). Olympia Archaeological Museum.

Glaucus of Carystus, the son of Demylos, was a boxer and one of the most celebrated Ancient Greek athletes.[1] He was a περιοδονίκης (winner at all most important games of Ancient Greece), having gained one Olympic, two Pythian, eight Nemean, and eight Isthmian victories in boxing.

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Pictures of the Events in The Ancient Olympics

Olympics Sports Illustrated: Pankration

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Greece OLYMPIC AIRWAYS collectible playing cards in box NEW PIATNIK Vienna

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SWATCH SWISS MADE AG 2003 IRONY 2004 ATHENS GREECE SUMMER OLYMPICS WATCH in BOX

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My Greek Drama: Life, Love, and One Woman's Olympic Effort to Bring Glory to Her Country A book that captures the burning ambition of the rebellious girl from the island of Crete who "lit" the Olympic torch.

Bronze portrait head of a boxer. Found at Olympia. The man is crowned with kotinos, the olive-wreath awarded to victors in the Olympic Games, of which only the stem is preserved. The individual facial features have led to the identification of the figure as a boxer. The head probably belonged to a statue of the famous boxer Satyros of Elis, who repeatedly won the boxing event at Nemea, Pythia and Olympia. Work of the Athenian bronze-sculptor Silanion. About 330-320 BC. Athens, Greece

Columns of the Palaistra, the Ancient Olympic training ground for boxing, wrestling and jumping. Olympia, Peloponnese, Greece.