Still on my supplications kick. The cars of (triumphal?) quadriga are often decorated. Republican numismatists will recall the controversial interpretations of the series RRC 348/1, 348/2, and 348/3. We see victory with a crown on imperial triumphal cars (example 1, example 2, example 3). And some times there seem to be depictions of uncertain gods (example). But this above is a brilliant example of the clement emperor accepting supplication. It’s too bad catalogues don’t often note these designs on the cars of the quadrigas.