Roma invicta

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Roma invicta is a Latin phrase, meaning "unconquered Rome", inscribed on the Statue of Rome.[which?][citation needed] 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,[citation needed] to help boost the morale of the failing Empire.

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