Details of Aequitas personified

Aequitas is the female personification of fair-dealing. She is normally draped and holds scales in one hand and either a sceptre or a cornucopia in the other.

These attributes are also associated with Moneta, the rarer personification of the Mint. Aequitas appears on coins produced between the late 1st and late 3rd centuries AD.


  • Draped
  • Scales
  • Sceptre/Cornucopia

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