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IVNO On a silver and second brass coins of Julia Domna with this inscription, the goddess stands veiled, holding a patera in the right, a hasta in her left hand; and a peacock stands at her feet.

The empress herself is exhibited under this image,  for, in order to consiliate greater dignity and reverence towards women, the empresses were fond of assimilating themselves to the goddesses, and were accustomed to represent their own forms, under the names of female divinities to the people.

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