condition of divinely inspired productivity, blessedness, or happiness, in ancient Roman culture
Felicitas is the Latin quality of blessedness, divine good fortune, or happiness (French bonheur). In ancient Rome, Felicitas was cultivated as a goddess with sacrifices and temples, and appeared as a personification on coins. She was distinct from Fortuna, but like Fortuna often carried a cornucopia as an attribute of the prosperity she granted. Her distinguishing attribute is the caduceus, which is sometimes carried also by Pax.
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