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Athlete Victory Wreaths
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View of the two top rows of 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.

To view the complete monument Click Here.

To view the lower four wreaths Click Here.

Note the victory wreaths from the following Panhellenic games:  Isthmia—wilted celery, Nemea—non–wilted wild celery, Delphi—laurel, and Olympia—wild olive.