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Fortuna roman goddess sitting

Fortuna roman goddess sitting

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Get lucky! - The Roman statue of the seated Fortuna

Let Fortuna stay with you! The seated statue of the goddess Fortuna comes from the first half of the 2nd century AD. Fortuna (Latin for luck / fate) is in the Roman mythology goddess of chance and fate. Especially Roman soldiers worshiped Fortuna fateful force. Many temples were dedicated to Fortuna in the Roman Empire.

The original version of this sitting enthroned goddess with a cornucopia and pomegranate as a symbol of happiness, is a settlement fund from the Roman city of Nida-Heddernheim. The original is in the Museum of Prehistory and Early History in Frankfurt / Main.

  • Settlement sites from the Roman city of Nida, Heddernheim
  • Height of the seated Fortuna: approx 14cm
  • real alabaster plaster patinated

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