A few months ago, a Greek villager delivered to the authorities a gold wreath that was found in Chalkidike, Macedonia, Greece. It dates to the second half of the 4th century BCE, the era of Philip II. Its diameter is 18.5 cm and consists of 30 gold leaves and two sets of fruit.
Until today, archaeologists have unearthed only two similar Macedonian wreaths. They claim that they were used by priests during Dionysus feast.