Back to Main Themes page |  Back to Roman Personifications

Securitas (Goddess of Security and Stability)

Securitas has the attributes of scepter, patera (round, shallow dish) or cornucopia, palm or globe, crown, and is sometimes leaning on a clumn.

(1 coin)
Helena, mother of Constantine I

AE Follis, 3.29g. 18.5mm. Trier, 327-328 A.D. FL HELENA AVGVSTA. Diademed and draped bust of Helena to right.  Rev. SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE; STRE in exergue.  Veiled and draped Securitas holding branch to left.  RIC VII, 212, 508. Fine dark brown patina.

Provenance/Pedigree:
Ex: Münzen und Medaillen, Basel, Auction 61, 1982, lot 1047.

See more detailed image
Extremely Fine $575.00
 

Back to Main Themes page |  Back to Roman Personifications

Terms of Sale and Privacy Policy

View Cart

Comments and questions to webmaster@coin.com
Copyright © 1995-2022 Edward J. Waddell, Ltd. All rights reserved.