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Their nude bodies were adorned with ribbons (29) and their hands filled with leafy branches. They were often honored in their hometowns with statues (30) and with the privilege of dining for life at state expense. In some instances the honors were tongue-in-cheek. A case in point is a graffito on a coarse ware water jar from the Athenian Agora that pokes fun at a man named Titas, calling him an Olympic victor in lechery! 30. Man standing before statue, on stepped base, of victorious athlete holding athletic equipment; kylix, ca.
Swaddling, Judith. 1999. , London. Sweet, Waldo E. 1987. Sport and Recreation in Ancient Greece, New York and Oxford. Tracy, Stephen V. 1991. “The Panathenaic Festival and Games: An Epigraphic Inquiry,” Nikephoros 4, pp. 133–153.
This would have been even 31 31. Athlete making an offering; bronze statuette, ca. c. 684), Cleveland more true with regard to equestrian events, as the cost of owning horses was otherwise prohibitive. Women were excluded from most areas of public life, religious activities being the exception. Although they may not have watched their sons and husbands compete, they played a prominent role in the Panathenaic procession and wove the peplos for the goddess. As for slaves, who constituted about 30 percent of the population of ancient Athens, they did not customarily compete in the games but they may have served as jockeys and charioteers.