Didrachm Imitating Kimon, from Larissa, Thessaly, 350-340 BC
Obverse: Head of the nymph Larissa facing three-quarters left wearing an ampyx (headband), earring and necklace. Reverse: Horse walking right with the inscription ΛΑΡΙΣΑΙΩΝ.
Larissa was was represented on the obverse of common drachms produced by the city of Larissa (map) between 400 BC and at least 340 BC, as a three-quarters face with outward flowing hair. This style was copied from the head of Arethusa by Kimon (Cimon), depicted on Syracusan tetradrachms
(example). According to hoard evidence from Thessaly, this coinage was produced down to c. 320 BC. Other coins depict Larissa seated, holding a hydria and with a spring nearby, confirming her status as a nymph.
Excessively rare, a masterpiece and possibly one of the most beautiful Greek coins extant.
A silver tetradrachm signed by the master engraver Kimon circa 405-400 BC, from Syracuse, Sicily (Magna Graecia). Obverse: Head ofArethusa wearing pearl-shaped pendant and necklace over collier ornamented with pearls; hair flowing in loose tresses; across her forehead, ampyx (headband), on which is the signature KIMΩN. Around, two dolphins swimming among the locks and a snout of a third emerging from curls. Above, outside dotted border, APEΘOΣA. Reverse: ΣYPAK – OΣIΩN Fast quadriga (4-horse chariot) driven by a chiton-clad charioteer, holding kentron (horse goad or whip) and reins; above, Nike floating, holding wreath to crown the charioteer. Beneath the two further horses, an overset column (meta); in exergue, ear of barley.
as of 2015/06/12. Not including music shows, because they appeared in those quite often. (Thank god.)
I decided to make a little compilation from the videos you can find on youtube, hope you will find it useful. ^ ^ Also if I left something out feel free to inform me, I only managed to find these, but I know there were more….