On the Homonoia coins of Cyzicus (in Mysia) and Smyrna (in Ionia), Demeter is shown riding in a quadriga of centaurs, led by Eros.
* Homonoia of Cyzicus and Smyrna, coins of Faustina II (as Kore Soteira) (illustration) and of Commodus.
Æ 45, 39.5 g. [Obv. KOPH CΩTEIPA KYZIKHNΩN. Bust of Faustina II as Kore Soteira r.] Rev. CTRAT NAIB KYINTOY, in ex. EΠI OMONOIA KYZIK CMYPNAI. Demeter, holding a long torch, rides r. in a biga of centaurs, one of whom (young or female) holds a pedum and turns its head to look at the goddess, while the other, bearded, holds a bowl of fruits (?) in its outstretched hand; Eros r., but turned to look backwards, leads the procession; behind the centaurs is Pan l., blowing into a straight and a curved flute; standing in front of Demeter is a maenad with a tympanum; and walking behind the biga is a bearded man holding a staff and carrying a basket of fruits on his head (Illustration from Imhoof-Blumer, Griechische Münzen).
References: RPC IV, 74; BMC 293; SNG BN Paris 569; SNG Stockholm 2030; Imhoof-Blumer, Griechische Münzen, 169; Mionnet II, 195
Homonoia of Cyzicus and Smyrna / Commodus
References: RPC IV, 745; BMC 294