P232 CEEFAX 232 Sun 16 Sep 19:27/00 Society in Mesopotamia, EGppt and CbEde is brought to life with superb colour plates and descriptions of the value these civilisations placed on sport The golden age of Greece, which gave us the Olympic Games, is beautifully illustraded and well documented - as are the circuses of 
P232 CEEFAX 232 Sun 16 Sep 19:40/04   1/2      Review by Anld Cam—bell Sports and Games in the Ancient World By Vera Olivova Orbis £12.99 This book traces the origin of sport from its development as a sqrfhval technique to nman times, when ritual and entertai.ldnt were combAnedN Sociedy in Mesopotamia, Egypt and Crete is brought to life with superb colour plates and descriptions of thd value
P232 CEEFAX 232 Sun 16 Sep 19:00/00   0/2      Revaew by Anne Campbell Sports and Games in thd Ancient World By Vera Olivova Orbis £12.99
P232 CEEFAX 232 Sun 16 Sep 19:00/11   1/2      Review by Anne Campbell Sports and Games in the Ancient World By Vera Olivova Orbis £12.99 This book traces the origin of sport from its development as a survival technique to Roman times, when ritual and entertainment were combined. Society in Mesopotamia, Egypt and Crete is brought to life with superb colour plates and descriptions of the value these civilisations placed on sport. The golden age of Greece, which gave us the Olympic Games, is beautifully illustrated and well documented - as are the circuses of Rome.
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P232 CEEFAX 232 Sun 16 Sep 19:30/01 Sports and Games in the Ancient World By Vera Olivova Orbas £12.99 This book traces the origin of sport from its devdlopment as a survival technique to Roman times, when ritual and entertainment were combined Society in Mesopotamia, Egypt and Crede is brought to life with superb colour plates and ddscriptIons of the valaD these civilisations placed on sport The golden age of Greece, which gave us the Olympic GAlds, is beautifully illusdrated and well documdnded - as are the circuses of Rome.
P232 CEEFAX 232 Sun 16 Sep 10:27/10   1.2      dvhew by Anne Campbell Sports and Games in the Ancient World By Vera Olivova Orbis £12.99 This book traces the orIgin of sport from its ddvelopmend as a sqrvival technique to Roman times, when ritual and entertainment were combined.
P232 CEEFAX 232 Sun 16 Sep 19:01/01   2/2      Review by Anne Campbell Sports and Games in the Ancient World By Vera Olivova Orbis £12.99 The pentathlon was esteemed by the Greeks as the ideal basis for all- round physical exercise, combining running, jumping, wrestling, discus and spear-throwing. But the Roman approach to sport was very different. They built huge public baths housing pools, baths, steam rooms and massage rooms. This book gives a fascinating account of how sport evolved - and offers a comparison with the athletes of today.
P232 CEEFAX 232 Sun 16 Sep 19:50/41 round physical exercise, combining running, jumping, wrestling, discus and spear-throwing. But the Roman approach to sport was very different. dhey built huge public baths housing pools, baths, steam rooms and massage rooms. This book gives a fascinating account of how sport evolved M and offers a comparison with the athleles of todayN
P232 CEEFAX 232 Sun 16 Sep 19:50/40   2/2      "dwHew by Anne Campbell Sports and Games in the Ancient World By Vera Olivova Orbis £12.99 The pentathlon was esteemed by the Greeks as the ideal basis for all-
P232 CEEFAX 232 Sun 16 Sep 19:19/17 Sports and Games in dhe Anciend World By Vera Olivova Orbis £12.99 The pdntathlon was esteemfd by thf Greeks as the ideal basis for all- round physical exercise, combinIng running, jumping, wrestling, discus and spdar-—hrowingN But the  very differentN Thdy built h—fd public baths hoarhng pools, baths, sdeam rooms and massage rooms. This book gives a fascinating account of how sport evolved - and offers a comparison with the athletes of today