Victory with Cornucopia (Chariot Attachment)

40–68 CE
Location: 103 Roman
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The cornucopia held by this Winged Victory overflows with fruits, grains, and other signs of abundance.


In Roman times, the arrival of Winged Victory---touching down to earth, her drapery flying behind her---was a moment not just of military conquest, but was the first step toward peace and prosperity.
Victory with Cornucopia (Chariot Attachment)

Victory with Cornucopia (Chariot Attachment)

40–68 CE

Italy, Rome, Imperial, later Julio-Claudian

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