Terracotta disc representing a Carthaginian cavalryman
Terracotta disc representing a Carthaginian cavalryman, 6th century BC. This image in relief, only 9mm (0.35in) wide, shows a nobleman riding bareback and accompanied by his dog.
Even at this scale he can be seen to have a Greek helmet of some type, a spear and a round shield. Behind him is the symbol of the sun disc; ahead of him that of the lotus flower.
He may be a representation of the war-god Adad. (Photo courtesy Museum of Cathage, Tunis)
p39, The Carthaginians 6th-2nd Century BC by Raffaele D'Amato, Andrea Salimbeti and Giuseppe Rava
A Carthaginian Cavalryman in Armies of the Macedonian and Punic Wars by Duncan Head, illustrated by Ian Heath, based on this terracotta disc
Ancient Illustrations of Costume and Soldiers