Syracuse Eukleidas Arethusa tetradrachm obverse
AR tetradrachm 17.3862 g, 24.6 mm
405-400 BC
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Fast quadriga with prancing horses driven to the left. Charioteer with kentron, crowned by Nike flying above. Dolphin swimming to the left in the exergue. Unsigned die by Eukleidas.
Water nymph Arethusa facing left, with double hook earring and necklace with pendant, hair bound with sphendone, tresses floating overhead. Around her four dolphins, two swimming to the left, two to the right