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Roma invicta is a Latin phrase, meaning "unconquered Rome", inscribed on the Statue of Rome.[which?] It was an inspirational motto used until the Fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476 AD. This symbolic statement was later printed onto gold coins, to help boost the morale of the failing Empire.
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