Category:Felicitas

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condition of divinely inspired productivity, blessedness, or happiness, in ancient Roman culture
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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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