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In ancient Greece, before elaborate medals were awarded to top-performing Olympic athletes, the winner of each game received a much less glamorous (but much more meaningful) prize: an olive wreath. Plucked from the sacred wild olive trees near the temple of Zeus, the olive branches that formed these wreaths were symbols of victory, power, and peace.