Alexander the Great lifetime tetradrachm from Amphipolis, Macedonia, c. 336-326 BC As with all of Alexander's imperial tetradrachms the obverse of the above coin depicts a young (beardless) Hercules wearing a lion skin headdress, with the lion's paws tied at his neck. The meander motif took its name from the river Meander, a river with many twists, mentioned by Homer in Iliad. The motif is also known as Greek key or Greek fret. Meander was the most important symbol in Ancient Greece, symbolizing infinity or the eternal flow of things. Many temples and objects were decorated with this motif, and it is considered that there is a connection with the Cretan labyrinth – indeed - a labyrinth can be drawn using a Greek key. Meander symbolizes as well the bonds of friendship, of love and devotion and that’s the reason it’s often given as marriage gift. It can symbolize as well the four cardinal points, the 4 seasons, waves – especially in the round version of it, or snakes, among others. The pendant is crafted with extra care in 925 Sterling Silver. It was made in Greece, diameter size is 33mm and weighs approximately 13 g. This pendant is without the chain.