Justitia was the Roman goddess of Justice. Her origin may be from Greek Titan Themis, who was an oracle at Delphi, and became known as a goddess of divine justice. Her daughters Dike and Astraea were also known as goddesses of justice, but not “divine justice”. There are many variations of the way Justitia is depicted, but most often she is portrayed as carrying the scales of justice in one hand and a sword in the other and with her eyes blindfolded which symbolizes the fair and equal administration of the law without corruption, avarice, prejudice, or favor in the legal systems throughout the western world.
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