Vermeule and Eisenberg (op. cit.) suggest that this bronze may have been part of a Capitoline Triad, which would have included a standing Minerva and an enthroned Jupiter. If, on the other hand, this figure was not intended to be an Olympian, the possibility exists that she was fashioned as a personification. In the absence of more specific attributes, a number of such personifications are possible, including Clementia Augusta, Aeternitas, Pax, Felicitas, Libertas, Aequitas, and Laetitia Publica (see p. 337 in Kozloff and Mitten, The Gods Delight, The Human Figure in Classical Bronze).