Concordia

Pantheon: Roman
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Gender: Female

Concordia is the goddess and personification of concord, especially between Roman citizens. Her main festival took place in July, though she was also honored on other days throughout the year.

In art she is seen as a seated woman holding a patera in one hand and either a cornucopia, a caduceus, or an olive branch in the other.

Concordia Augusta: "Harmony of the Emperor" -- the protector of the relationship between the emperor and his wife.

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