Czechoslovakia 92a 1970 20 Korun
In keeping with the Easter weekend a religious note from Czechoslovakia.
First I wonder why the horse is so small compared to the people around it. Most horses are taller than people :)
But I understand that proportionality was not relevant in Middle Age texts. The picture is from the Jena Codex.
I am sure that this note fits the Women on Banknotes because military campaigns, especially religious campaigns, were made up of non-professional soldiers and usually were accompanied by their families.
Thus I believe that the person highlighted is a woman.
If anyone can prove otherwise I am happy to hear your argument.