Ancient Olympics Comic

A comic about ancient Greek Olympics!

Learn about the ancient Greek Olympics in a fascinating way. Attend the 87th ancient Greek Olympics (432BC) with this fascinating comic. Learn about the history of the ancient Greek Olympics while having fan reading a comic. Ancient Greece for kids and grown ups has never been more fan.


Ancient Greek Olympics Relived

The comic gives the reader the chance to relive as a real spectator the ancient Greek Olympics ..... It offers a number of historical and social information which is obtained from historical articles and surveys!


One of the best Olympic Games books

Let me boldly say that if you asked me now shortly which is the best book released  about the ancient Olympic Games, Ι would say that this is the ancient Greek Olympics Comic.


Historically Accurate with timeless messages

An exciting adventure in ancient Olympia with panhuman timeless messages and a subject that gains popularity overtime  .... reveals to the reader the political and social environment of the ancient Greek Olympics era based on historical documented reports.

The very interesting and tender story of Lydia and Kallias gives us the opportunity to attend the 87th ancient Greek Olympics (Olympiad) of the year 432 b.C. We 'll be guided through Elis, the city which organized the ancient Greek Olympics, and through the sacred grove of Olympia, with its famous buildings (the Temples of Hera and Zeus, the Treasuries, the Prytaneion, the Pelopion, the Bouleuterion). We 'll learn all about the history of ancient Greek Olympics and we 'll participate in the religious ceremonies and cultural events which took place parallel to the athletic contests. We 'll talk to Phidias, Socrates and Euripides and we 'll get a better understanding of the Olympic Spirit which was born in ancient Greece.

Watch the video spot (Greek and English subtitles) below accompanied by the "Harmony 2004" Olympic theme to get a glimpse of what is included in the ancient Greek Olympics Comic.




Olympics comic character KalliasGrandson of Timodemos. He used to help his grandfather at the shipyards. His greatest wish was to attend the Greek olympics!


Olympic games comic character TimodemosIf someone in Rhodes asked for the best boat-builder, everyone would point at Timodemos!


Olympics Comic Character LydiaErgotelis sister. She wanted him to become an Olympic champion, first of all because he deserved it, but also for the sake of their parents, and the glory of their hometown!


Olympics comic Character Dorieaspankration athlete from Rhodes. Son of the famous Olympic champion Diagoras and brother of Olympic champions. Will he continue the tradition?


Olympics Comic character ErgotelisIn the Sicilian town of Imera he was known as the fastest runner. It would be a pity if he didn’t take part in the Greek Olympics!




Tassos ApostolidesTassos Apostolides was born in Thessaloniki in 1947. He studied Mathematics and is the director of a Technical High School of this city. From 1972 to 1984 he wrote humorous and current events columns for newspapers and magazines of Thessaloniki and Athens.



Nassos Vakalis was born and raised in Athens. He studied at the Department of Film and Video of Pratt Institute, New York and later on he finishes his studies with honors and acquires his B.F.A. in Fine Arts, majoring in Character Animation from California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California. He is currently working on a new short animation titled "Dinner For Few".




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