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AEQVITAS II - A woman standing with balance and horn of plenty. A silver medal of S. Severus (struck A. D. 194) with this unprecedented feature in the legend of its reverse, was first published by Eckhel in his Sylloge, i. p. 103. He observes that in the mark II it presents Equity and Liberality divided into numbers; a circumstance noticed neither by Mediobarbi, nor by Vaillant. But the meaning of this Equitas Duplicata he cannot make out. There is a coin of Julia Domna with the same reverse. Vol. vii. 167-196.

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