An allegorical goddess or personification of indulgence, clemency, pardon. The name of Indulgentia Augusti appears on coins, although not frequently, and at least one shrine in Africa (Cirta) was dedicated to her. Indulgentia can probably be identified with the Greek Εὐεργεσία.



  • Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum viii 7095, 8813-8814.
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