Roma is shown helmeted, wearing armor and drapery, holding a spear, scepter, Victoriola or a Palladium, a wreath, or parazonium in its sheath. Often, a shield appears by her side. With these martial implements, she is known as Roma Victrix. This coin depicts Roma Victrix awarding a Victoriola to Gallienus and bears the inscription, ROMAE AETERNAE -- "of eternal Rome". Cornelia Salonina, AD 253-268. Roman billon antoninianus, 4.41 g, 19.8 mm, 12 h. Antioch, AD 258-260. Obv: SALONINA AVG, diademed and draped bust, right, on crescent. Rev: ROMAE AETERNAE, Emperor receiving Victory from Roma, seated left, holding spear; shield at her side. Refs: RIC 67; Göbl 1605c; Cohen 103; RCV 10651 var. Sons of Constantine I. Roman billion reduced centenionalis, 1.67 g, 15.5 mm. Heraclea, AD 337-340. Obv: VRBS ROMA, helmeted bust of Roma, left. Rev: GLORIA EXERCITVS, two soldiers holding one standard between them; SMHЄ in exergue. Refs: RIC viii, p. 431, 28; LRBC I, 941; RCV 16529. The legend ROMAE AETERNAE ("of eternal Rome") appears on coins of Antoninus Pius issued to commemorate the founding of the temple of Venus and Rome (see here) and was subsequently used repeatedly by many emperors for over a century. This antoninianus of Probus bears on its reverse ROMAE AETER, and depicts the temple of Venus and Rome, in the midst of which Roma is seated, holding a statuette of Victory. Probus, AD 276-282 Roman billon antoninianus; 3.79 g, 22.1 mm Rome, AD 277-280 Obv: IMP PROBVS P F AVG, radiate bust right in consular robe, eagle tipped scepter in right hand Rev: ROMAE AETER, temple, statue of Roma seated facing inside; in exergue, R * A Refs: RIC 183; Cohen 533; RCV 12027 var. Post your coins depicting Roma!