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Securitas

For the Swedish security guard services provider, see Securitas AB. For the Swiss security guard services provider, see Securitas AG. For the heist, see Securitas depot robbery.
Securitas, the security of the Roman Empire, celebrated on the reverse of this sestertius by Hostilian.

In Roman mythology, Securitas was the goddess of security and stability. especially the security of the Roman Empire.[1][2] On coinage Securitas was usually depicted leaning on a column.[3]

References

  1. ^ Dictionary of Roman Religion, Lesley Adkins and Roy A. Adkins, 2001, Oxford Univ Press, ISBN 978-0-19-514233-4
  2. ^ "List of Minor Roman Gods". unrv.com. 
  3. ^ Welch, Bill (23 December 2010). "Leaning on that Handy Column on Roman Coins". forumancientcoins.com. 


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