The Roman god, Janus, is a primordial Roman deity, often depicted with two heads facing in opposite directions – symbolising the act of looking towards the past and the future. He is the god of transitions, doorways, beginnings and endings. Janus is often depicted on the base of ancient Roman glass flasks, drinking cups and vessels. We may also see him as the main subject of marble sculptures, busts and ancient coins.

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