Meda’s wreath from the tomb of Philip IIGold, some 80 leaves and 112 flowers surviving, c. 310 BC, diameter 26 cm"This gold myrtle wreath is amongst the most precious objects found in the antechamber of the tomb of Philip II. It is associated with his wife, the Thracian princess, Meda."

Meda’s wreath from the tomb of Philip II
Gold, some 80 leaves and 112 flowers surviving, c. 310 BC, diameter 26 cm
"This gold myrtle wreath is amongst the most precious objects found in the antechamber of the tomb of Philip II. It is associated with his wife, the Thracian princess, Meda."

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