History of the Olympic Games, by Constantine Sirracos

ISBN 1-885-778-53-8

Price $11            Pages 257

A Seaburn paperback

Author's Biography:

Constantine has been involved in the writing of the history of the Olympic Games for a quarter of a century. He has documented the games like no other person on the planet dedicating his entire life to the preservation and promotion of the games. This long experience is reflected in his books and collections of artifacts about the games. He is an attorney and lives in Greece.  


The immense history of the Greeks includes the development of athletic ideals that found expression during the 5th century BC in great Hellenic sanctuaries of Olympia, Delphi, Isthmus, and Nemea. This book contains the complete history of the games which was finally inaugurated at 776 BC and still remains the only single event in mans history that is widely celebrated.