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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 century BC, Tomb of Phillip II Vergina, Archaeological Museum Thessoloniki

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

A Hellenistic gold oak wreath, Circa Century B. Estimate: - photo Bonhams A delicate wreath made of fine.

Wreath of olive leaves 4th century B.C.  Greek Athletes | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Gold wreath of olive leaves Greek, Late Classical or Hellenistic Period, century B.

Gold oak wreath with bee and cicadas from Dardanelles Tomb Group 4th century BCE

Gold oak wreath with bee and cicadas from Dardanelles Tomb Group century BCE

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

archaicwonder: Hellenistic Gold Myrtle Wreath, Century BC Myrtle wreaths, which were common in many regions, especially of Macedonia.

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. Century BC A Greek Hellenistic diadem wreath comprising numerous projecting sprays of sheet-gold oak leaves in two sizes with serrated edges and veins, a large central rosette with two smaller similar roundels.

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. From a tomb at Zaneskaya Gora in the region of the Crimea on the northern shore of the Black Sea

Hellenistic Greek Gold and Glass Floral Wreath, 3rd-2nd Century BCE

Ancient & Medieval History — Hellenistic Greek Gold and Glass Floral Wreath,.

Golden Myrtle branch, 4th c. BC, Archaeological Museum Thessaloniki. Χρυσό κλαδί μυρτιάς, πιθανόν από στεφάνι, 4ος αι. π.Χ. Πηγή: www.lifo.grΧωρίς ενοχές - ΕΥΡΗΜΑΤΑ - LiFO

gemma-antiqua: “ Ancient Greek golden myrtle sprig, dated to the century BCE, and found on Delos. It may have once been part of a wreath.

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 and veins. The most famous of such wreaths is the example from Vergina in the tomb of Philip II of Macedon, father of Alexander the Great. The oak leaves may symbolize the power of Zeus, who was often represented by the oak tree. This is a finely detailed example of the type executed with great skill.

Hellenistic Gold Oak Wreath, c. Century BC A Greek Hellenistic diadem wreath comprising numerous projecting sprays of sheet-gold oak leaves in two sizes with serrated edges and veins, a large.

I believe this may actually be a body chain  "Discovered with the body of a woman fleeing down an alley in Pompeii, this long necklace, or catena-with its 94 ivy leaves of gold foil-is one of the finest pieces of jewelry found in the region. The woman also carried two uncut gems and the family silver. (Ministero per i Beni e le Attivita Culturali-Soprintendenza archeologica di Napoli e Caserta/Field Museum,) Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/resurrecting-pompeii-109163501/

Pompeii: discovered w/the body of a woman fleeing down an alley, this long necklace, or catena, w/its 94 ivy leaves of gold foil-is one of the finest pieces of jewelry found in the region. The woman also carried two uncut gems & the family silver

// Greek wreath c. 330-250 BC

Gold Myrtle Wreath (Greek) Image © The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Ancient Greek garnet and gold necklace Hellenistic Greece c. 3rd-2nd century B.C.

A Delightful Greek Gold and Garnet Strap Necklace. Hellenistic Greece, c. This necklace is reflective of the conservative, monochromatic traditions of Greek jewelry even after Alexander's conquests re-energized

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Diadem with rosette/Greek, 3rd Century B.C.

Diadem with rosette~Greek, Century B. Museum of historical cultural heritage PLATAR

Golden wreath  Made from two hollow golden tubes, connected by two wires, made from golden oak leaves and acorns. It is 3.5cm in diameter (1 3/8 inch).  Greek  Greek Period, 4th century BC  Source: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

White and Gold Wedding Statement Necklace. "Oak wreath" Greek, Late Classical or Early Hellenistic Period, century B. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

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