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Juno Sospita (pictured on the obverse) was a goddess of fertility who protected women. The obverse shows the common depiction of Juno wearing a goatskin cloak. The reverse side of the coin shows a griffin and below a sandal which is symbolic of the…

The obverse side shows Juno Sospita. She is the daughter of Saturn and is one of the first three original Gods of Rome. The reverse side shows a she-wolf from the famous tale of Romulus and Remus and an eagle. Trojan exiles noticed a fire in the…

The obverse shows Juno wearing a goatskin cloak. Juno Sospita was the goddess of fertility, who protected women and accompanied them through life. The reverse portrays a virgin, who at the annual festival of Juno Sospita had to feed the snake living…
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