Latin: To the Divine.
Nominative: divus = the divine
Genitive: divi = (of) the divine
Dative: divo = (to) the divine
Accusative: divum = the divine
Ablative: divo = (by) the divine
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DIVO - On most of those Roman coins which were struck to attest the ceremony of placing an Emperor, or some member of his family, after death, amongst the gods, it was usual to omit those multiplied and various names and titles which such personages, when living, were accustomed to have inscribed on their coins- Hence we read DIVO AVGVSTO- DIVO ANTONIO PIO- DIVO ALEXANDRO- on the respective consecration medals of Augustus, Antonius Pius, Severus Alexander, etc. minted after their death.
DIVO - On most monetal monuments of Consecration, that is to say, such as were struck to record the pagan ceremony of placing a Roman Emperor, after death, amongst the gods, it was usual to omit those multiplied and various names and titles, by which, when he was living, he was accustomed to being styled. Hence, we read simply- DIVO AVGVSTO, DIVO ANTONIO PIO, DIVO VESPASIANO, DIVO ALEXANDRO &c. on the respective consecration coins of Augustus, Antonius Pius, Vespasian, Severus Alexander, etc.