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Ways ancient, modern are joined as the Games begin

By John Powers
Globe Staff / August 13, 2004

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WELCOME HOME, proclaim the signs all around this ancient city on the sea. Home to the country where the Olympics were born nearly 2,800 years ago. Home to the city where the Games were revived in 1896, and where they will begin again tonight when the cauldron is ignited inside the futuristic stadium. (Full Article: 1058 Words)

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