The helmeted Athené and Helios in his quadriga figure by the side of Buddha.
On the obverse the head of Persephone, on the reverse the quadriga, and above, the triskelion.
quadriga, a two-wheeled chariot drawn by four horses abreast, used in the ancient chariot races.
A Hercules within, and the quadriga upon the gable of the same temple, both also of terra-cotta, are ascribed to this artist.
Fragment of chariot group; an apobates standing in a quadriga, leaning forward.
quadriga, kwod-rī′ga, n. in Greek and Roman times a two-wheeled car drawn by four horses abreast:—pl.
The reverse of an aureus of the reign of Titus represents the Colosseum with these statues and a quadriga in the centre.
It represents a picture in a circle, repeated over and over again, of a warrior in his quadriga.
They liked the chariot, because the quadriga was a superbly sthetic picturea moving pedestal for the hero.
As Pallas Athene she frequently appears; generally on foot, but sometimes in her quadriga.