The wreath was found inside a large box-type Macedonian tomb on the head of a buried body. The discovery was confirmed by the Athens News Agency, K.B. Misailidou, Director of 16th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, who didn’t provide information regarding the quality of the wreath and its exact dating.
According to sources, the wreath and the burial date back to the Early Hellenistic Period, at the end of the fourth – early 3rd Century B.C. It is the ninth gold wreath found during the excavations for the subway in Greece’s second-largest city.
Story: Christina Flora, Greek Reporter | Photo: Greek Reporter