Olive crown - definition of olive crown by The Free Dictionary
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(esp in ancient Greece and Rome) a garland of olive leaves awarded as a token of victory
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But while it lay buried, the paradigm of a dedicated athlete willing to compete for nothing more than glory and an olive crown
continued as an idealistic notion, and since the Renaissance has served as a common reference point for the European mind.
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During ancient years, the olive crowns
were distributed to awards in places of medals in Olympic.