Wrestling - Illustration

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Stock illustration ID:182203212
Upload date:September 26, 2013

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'The Greco-Roman wrestling originated from the lands to the east of the Mediterranean Sea. These lands are considered to be the place where the ancient Greeks resided. Greeks considered that wrestling should not only be a part of soldier's training alone but for every youngster. In Greece men were not only trained on grammar, mathematics, etc but also physical training, which included wrestling. Boys were teamed up into pairs and were taught the art of wrestling in their master's Palaestra (Greek school for sports). The Greeks considered wrestling as an exercise more than a martial art for developing graceOld 19th century engraving'
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