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Coccinella fortuna

Coccinella fortuna

The Goddess Fortuna (1541) by Hans Sebald Beham. Fortuna is sometimes prayed to, or invoked, before doing a divination.

The Goddess Fortuna (1541) by Hans Sebald Beham. Fortuna is sometimes prayed to, or invoked, before doing a divination.

VM- X - La Fortuna | Vachetta

VM- X - La Fortuna | Vachetta

Goddess Fortuna: kycj wealth, destiny, success.  Symbols are the wheel and cornucopia.  Her name means "she who brings"

Goddess Fortuna: kycj wealth, destiny, success. Symbols are the wheel and cornucopia. Her name means "she who brings"

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db_Durer_1989_-_X_-_La_Fortuna1.jpg

Large Lady Fortuna- Goddess of Fortune and Luck Statue Sculpture Figurine from the Greek and Roman Reproduction Art Sculpture Collection available at AllSculptures.com

Large Lady Fortuna- Goddess of Fortune and Luck Statue Sculpture Figurine from the Greek and Roman Reproduction Art Sculpture Collection available at AllSculptures.com

Metafísica Miami: Abundia: Abundancia, Fortuna, Prosperidad y Provisión Divina

Metafísica Miami: Abundia: Abundancia, Fortuna, Prosperidad y Provisión Divina

the Goddess Fortuna from  «Le Livre des échecs amoureux moralisés» 1496-1498, by Robinet Testard

the Goddess Fortuna from «Le Livre des échecs amoureux moralisés» 1496-1498, by Robinet Testard

An ancient Roman bronze statuette of Isis-Fortuna; she has attributes of the goddess Isis (the headdress and Isis knot), and those of Fortuna (the rudder and cornucopia). (J Paul Getty Museum)

An ancient Roman bronze statuette of Isis-Fortuna; she has attributes of the goddess Isis (the headdress and Isis knot), and those of Fortuna (the rudder and cornucopia). (J Paul Getty Museum)

One of the oldest Tarot cards, the Fortuna of the Brera Brambilla deck

One of the oldest Tarot cards, the Fortuna of the Brera Brambilla deck

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