In Ancient Roman pantheon Fortuna, the equivalent of Greek Tyche, was the goddess of fortune, good luck and fertility. She was often represented holding a cornucopia and a ship’s rudder. A popular representation, she appears frequently on the reverse of Roman coins and on intaglios, in the hope of bringing good fortune.

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