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Roma Aeterna was the personification of the power of Rome. She had altars and votive offerings throughout the Empire.
- DEAE AETERNAE TEMPLVM L VATERIVS MARCELLVS PRAEF REST ("For the goddess Eternity, the prefect Lucius Vaterius Marcellus restores this temple."), at Old Carlisle, Cumbria, England (RIB 886; milestone).
- GENIO LOCI FORTVN REDVCI ROMAE AETERN ET FATO BONO G CORNELIVS PEREGRINVS TRIB COHOR EX PROVINCIA MAVR CAESA DOMO SALDIS DEC V S L L M ("To the Genius of this place, Fortune the Homebringer, Eternal Rome, and Good Fate, Gaius Cornelius Peregrinus, Tribune of the Cohort, Decurion of his home town of Saldae in the province of Mauretania Caesariensis, gladly, willingly and deservedly fulfilled his vow."), at Maryport, Cumbria, England (RIB 812; altar stone).
- D R S DVPL N EXPLOR BREMEN ARAM INSTITVERVNT N EIVS C CAEP CHARITIMO TRIB VSLM ("To Sacred Roma, the Duplicarii of Numerus Exploratorum Bremeniorum have established this altar for their descendants, Gaius Caepio Charitimus, tribune, willingly and deservedly fulfilled their vow.") at High Rochester, Northumberland, England (RIB 1270; Burn 200; base).