Obverse, Athena in quadriga wheeling round; Reverse, Dionysos with satyr and maenad. The chariot scene on the obverse shows considerable progress in the depiction of motion and complicated poses. The artist has chosen a remarkably low vantage point, which reveals the lower portions of the chariot box and especially emphasizes the mass and movement of the horses. The various palmette ornaments are also particularly assertive.
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