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Gold bracteate leaves; approx. 88 leaves, less crumpled or broken leaves; probably formed part of a wreath.
- 300 BC-300 AD
- Made in: Cyprus (?)
- Excavated/Findspot: Salamis, tomb
- (Europe,Cyprus,Famagusta (district),Salamis)
- Length: 1.55 centimetres (leaf)
- Diameter: 0.75 centimetres (leaves)
Two gilded clay or terracotta beads registered as GR 1881,8-24.26 but not currently identifiable in the museum stores may also have belonged to this wreath.
Not on display
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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Object reference number: GAA71446
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