Libertas

Libertas (Latin for Liberty) was the Roman goddess and embodiment of liberty. == Temples and derived inspirations == In 238 BC, before the Second Punic War, having long been a Roman deity along with other personified virtues, Libertas assumed goddess status.{Clarify|date=July 2013} Tiberius Gracchus ordered the construction of her first temple on ...
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libertas

freedom, liberty, independence / frankness, candor.
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Libertas

in Roman religion, female personification of liberty and personal freedom. Libertas was given a temple on the Aventine Hill about 238 . (This is not ...
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Libertas

Lat. Used in two senses: The freedom of the Church from secular interference, "Libertas ecclesiae."; "freedom under Divine LAW," only found within the Church and according to its' precepts.
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libertas

Latin, meaning: freedom, liberty, independence / frankness, candor.
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Libertas

Libertas is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Libertas

Roman goddess of liberty. The Statue of Liberty wears her robe.
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