Victory - a reverse depiction, how to decipher meaning

Throughout Rome ’s history her armies fought either to increase the territories of the Roman World or to protect them from attack. The figure of Victory [VICTORIA] became a symbol of military success.

Reverse depicting Victoria with the name highlighted

Victory can always be identified by her wings.

Reverse depiction of Victoria with wings highlighted

And by her attributes (the things she carries); normally a wreath and palm-branch, sometimes a shield or occasionally a trophy. Victory is a very common subject on Roman coins from Republican times onwards. 

Reverse depiction of Victoria with the wreath and palm branch highlighted

In this example, the coin celebrates a victory in Britain – BRIT(annia) – by the emperor Septimius Severus (AD 193-211).

Reverse depiction of Victoria with the letters for Britannia highlighted