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"Libertas (Latin for ´liberty´) is the Roman goddess and personification of liberty. She became a politicised figure in the Late Republic, featured on coins supporting the populares faction, and later those of the assassins of Julius Caesar. Nonetheless, she sometimes appears on coins from the imperial period, such as Galba´s "Freedom of the People" coins during his short reign after the death of Nero. She is usually portrayed with two accoutrements: the rod and the soft pileus, which she holds out, rather than wears. The Greek equivalent of the goddess Libertas is Eleutheria, the personification of liberty. There are many post-classical depictions of liberty as a person which often retain some of the iconography of the Roman goddess." - ( 27.10.2019)

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Was depicted (actor) Libertas
Commissioned C. Egnatius Maximus ()
Commissioned Marcus Junius Brutus (-85--42) ()
Commissioned Q. Cassius Longinus ()
Commissioned Lollius Palicanus ()
Commissioned M. Porcius Laeca ()
Commissioned L. Sestius Albanianus Quirinalis ()
Commissioned L. Farsuleius Mensor ()
Commissioned Gaius Cassius Longinus (Verschwörer) (85-42 v. Chr.) ()
Commissioned P. Cornelius Lentulus Spinther f. ()
Commissioned C. Cassius ()
Commissioned C. Vibius Pansa Caetronianus ()
Was depicted (actor) Roma (Mythology) ()
Was depicted (actor) Venus ()
Was depicted (actor) Lucius Junius Brutus ()