Reproduction of a bronze statuette of the winged victory, recognizable with the palm and the laurel crown she holds in her hands. (not on the statuette).
The allegory of the Victory (in latin "Victoria") is equated to the greek "Nike" and personnifies the victory of Rome.
She is mainly represented by a winged goddess, who tends a laurel wreath, emblem of victory she is supposed to give to the winner. She can also hold a palm, insigna of the winner of sports competitions and circus games. She is also represented elevating awards, or engraving on the shield the feats of the warriors and the "votae" of an emperor.
Height: 14 cm; Width: 6.5 cm; Weight: 630 g