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Gold myrtle wreath with a mulit-petalled flower at the centre, Benaki Museum. Myrtle: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myrtus

Gold myrtle wreath with a mulit-petalled flower at the centre, Benaki Museum. Myrtle: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myrtus

Wreaths were part of clothing in Rome. Wreaths made out of olive leaves were worn by consuls and senators.

Wreaths were part of clothing in Rome. Wreaths made out of olive leaves were worn by consuls and senators.

Gold wreath of oak leaves and acorns, Greek, Late Classical or Early Hellenistic Period, 4th century B.C.

Gold wreath of oak leaves and acorns, Greek, Late Classical or Early Hellenistic Period, 4th century B.C.

An ancient Roman gold and sard earring; the teardrop pendant is inscribed with a wreath; the square stone is inscribed TE KALE, 'to the beautiful one'. (Museum of Fine Arts Boston)

An ancient Roman gold and sard earring; the teardrop pendant is inscribed with a wreath; the square stone is inscribed TE KALE, 'to the beautiful one'. (Museum of Fine Arts Boston)

Wreath of ivy and berries, funerary. Period: Late Classical. Date: 4th–3rd century B.C. Culture: Greek. Medium: Gold. | © 2000–2015 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Wreath of ivy and berries, funerary. Period: Late Classical. Date: 4th–3rd century B.C. Culture: Greek. Medium: Gold. | © 2000–2015 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Greek Gold Wreath of Oak Leaves and Flowers, possibly from Attica, Greece, late 2nd - early 1st century BC

Greek Gold Wreath of Oak Leaves and Flowers, possibly from Attica, Greece, late 2nd - early 1st century BC

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