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Roman personifications

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Victoria with the cornucopia
Victoria with the cornucopia

Roman personifications consisted in assigning human figures to something that is not human, which often appeared on the sides of Roman coins. Characters from the pantheon of deities of Roman mythology were often used.

  • Abudantia – abundance
  • Aequitas – equality, justice
  • Aeternitas – eternity, permanence
  • Annona – harvest, harvest
  • Canens – singing
  • Clementia – gentleness, kindness
  • Concordia – harmony and harmony
  • Disciplina – discipline, discipline
  • Fecunditas – fertility
  • Felicitas – happiness, prosperity
  • Fides – faithfulness, loyalty
  • Fortuna – good luck, luck
  • Geniusgenius, guardian spirit
  • Hilaritas – cheerfulness and good mood
  • Honoshonor and honor
  • Indulgentia – indulgence
  • Iustitia – justice
  • Iuventas – youth
  • Laetitia – cheerfulness
  • Liberalitas – kindness and generosity
  • Libertas – freedom
  • Moneta – personification of money
  • Necessitas – necessity
  • Nobilitas – nobility
  • Ops – Wealth
  • Patientia – patience
  • Pax – room
  • Pietas – piety, diligence
  • Pudicitia – modesty and purity
  • Providentia – prudence
  • Salus – health
  • Securitas – security and trust
  • Spes – hope
  • Ubertas – fertility
  • Veritas – true
  • Victoria – victory
  • Virtus – courage

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