Entrance to The Stadium, Olympia, Greece, 2017.10.12
Entrance to The Stadium, Olympia, Greece, 2017.10.12.
Nikon D7200, 35mm f/1.8G lens @f/8, aperture priority.

"After Kyniska, other women won in the Olympic horse races. Many belonged to the house of the Ptolemies: queen Berenike I, the mother of Ptolemy II, Arsinoƫ, his sister and at the same time his wife, and princess Berenike Syra, his daughter, all won Olympic victories in the horse races. Belestiche, the mistress of the Ptolemy II, won in 268 the four-horse chariot race for foals and in 264 the two-horse chariot race for foals, that was then organized for the first time. Berenike II, the wife of Ptolemy III, also took part in the Olympic horse races, but we do not know whether she won."

— "Female Victors in the Horse Races", Ancient Olympics