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Flowering myrtle wreath, late 4th Cent. BC, Tomb of Phillip II Vergina, Archaeological Museum Thessoloniki Dr Monica M. Jackson : February 2011

Flowering myrtle wreath, late 4th Cent. BC, Tomb of Phillip II Vergina, Archaeological Museum Thessoloniki Dr Monica M. Jackson : February 2011

Heracles to Alexander the Great:  The Queen’s wreath, c. 310 BC © This gold myrtle wreath is one of the most precious objects found in the antechamber of the tomb of Philip II. It is associated with his wife, Queen Meda; some 80 leaves and 112 flowers on the wreath have survived.

Heracles to Alexander the Great: The Queen’s wreath, c. 310 BC © This gold myrtle wreath is one of the most precious objects found in the antechamber of the tomb of Philip II. It is associated with his wife, Queen Meda; some 80 leaves and 112 flowers on the wreath have survived.

Hellenistic Gold Oak Wreath, c. 4th-3rd Century BC A Greek Hellenistic diadem wreath comprising numerous projecting sprays of sheet-gold oak leaves in two sizes with serrated edges & veins, a large central rosette with two smaller similar roundels flanking. The most famous of such wreaths is the example from Vergina in the tomb of Philip II of Macedon, father of Alexander the Great.

Hellenistic Gold Oak Wreath, c. 4th-3rd Century BC A Greek Hellenistic diadem wreath comprising numerous projecting sprays of sheet-gold oak leaves in two sizes with serrated edges & veins, a large central rosette with two smaller similar roundels flanking. The most famous of such wreaths is the example from Vergina in the tomb of Philip II of Macedon, father of Alexander the Great.

Necklace from the tomb of Queen Ahhotep I (c.1550 BC), now in the Egyptian Museum Cairo. Fly amulets were generally given for military acheivement and bravery in battle.

Necklace from the tomb of Queen Ahhotep I (c.1550 BC), now in the Egyptian Museum Cairo. Fly amulets were generally given for military acheivement and bravery in battle.

Ancient Greek Jewelry: Necklace with Butterfly Pendant with gold, amethyst, chalcedony, emerald, rock crystal, pearl, and colored glass

Ancient Greek Jewelry: Necklace with Butterfly Pendant with gold, amethyst, chalcedony, emerald, rock crystal, pearl, and colored glass

A Hellenistic gold oak wreath, Circa 4th-3rd Century B.C.

A Hellenistic gold oak wreath, Circa 4th-3rd Century B.C.

fragment of a gold wreath  Gold Greek, ca. 320-300 B.C. From a tomb at Zaneskaya Gora in the region of the Crimea on the northern shore of the Black Sea

fragment of a gold wreath Gold Greek, ca. 320-300 B.C. From a tomb at Zaneskaya Gora in the region of the Crimea on the northern shore of the Black Sea

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Greek treasures at the Hellenic Museum tell 8,000 years of history – in pictures

Greek treasures at the Hellenic Museum tell 8,000 years of history – in pictures

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