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A drawing of Justitia, the Roman the goddess of justice, showing her in a Roman-style tunic with a sash. She is holding a sword in her right hand and carrying scales of justice in her left hand, and she is wearing a blindfold. In the background, Roman ruins can be spotted.
Justitia, the Roman the Goddess of Justice. Drawing by Maarten van Heemskerk. (Wikipedia; Public Domain.)

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