In addition to gods and goddesses Roman coins Empire were often depicted personalized ideas or virtue. These figures have changed from release to release, but each of them were characterized by certain attributes that allow you to make identification even in the absence of explanatory text. However, some of these personifications are very easily confused. Provincial Greek coins from the time of the Roman Empire often have similar shapes, no inscription, which would help to identify. The names of the personifications of the following coins are given in Latin. Most of these female figures. If you masculine figure, it is specifically stated otherwise. A large part of allegorical figures produced both sitting and standing. Some of the attributes are the same for different shapes.
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