A minor Roman goddess, the personification of (martial) discipline, and significant in the legions. She known particularly from the second century BCE. The cult of Disciplina was promoted in Africa and Britain by Hadrian and Severus, and she is likely a creation by Hadrian.
An alter to Disciplina was discovered at Cilurnum, a fort on Hadrian's Wall (Chesters, Northumberland), and dedicated to the Discipline of the Emperor Hadrian Augustus by the Ala Augusta.
- Henig, M. (2003). Religion in Roman Britain. Routledge, p. 61.