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A votive monument (stele) made of marble noting six victories of an athlete. Note the variety of the wreaths. The stele dates to the second century A.D.
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Note the victory wreaths from the following Panhellenic games: Isthmia—wilted celery, Nemea—non–wilted wild celery, Delphi—laurel, and Olympia—wild olive.