- “Spiritual Authority” The sense of one’s social standing, built up through experience, Pietas, and Industria.
- “Humour” Ease of manner, courtesy, openness, and friendliness.
- “Mercy” Mildness and gentleness.
- “Dignity” A sense of self-worth, personal pride.
- “Tenacity” Strength of mind, the ability to stick to one’s purpose.
- “Frugalness” Economy and simplicity of style, without being miserly.
- “Gravity” A sense of the importance of the matter at hand, responsibility and earnestness.
- “Respectibility” The image that one presents as a respectable member of society.
- “Humanity” Refinement, civilization, learning, and being cultured.
- “Industriousness” Hard work.
- “Dutifulness” More than religious piety; a respect for the natural order socially, politically, and religiously. Includes the ideas of patriotism and devotion to others.
- “Prudence” Foresight, wisdom, and personal discretion.
- “Wholesomeness” Health and cleanliness.
- “Sternness” Gravity, self-control.
- “Truthfulness” Honesty in dealing with others.
- “Abundance, Plenty” The ideal of there being enough food and prosperity for all segments of society.
- “Equity” Fair dealing both within government and among the people.
- “Good fortune” Rememberance of important positive events.
- “Clemency” Mercy, shown to other nations.
- “Concord” Harmony among the Roman people, and also between Rome and other nations.
- “Happiness, prosperity” A celebration of the best aspects of Roman society.
- “Confidence” Good faith in all commercial and governmental dealings.
- “Fortune” An acknowledgement of positive events.
- “Spirit of Rome” Acknowledgement of the combined spirit of Rome, and its people.
- “Mirth, rejoicing” An expression of happy times.
- “Justice” As expressed by sensible laws and governance.
- “Joy, Gladness” The celebration of thanksgiving, often of the resolution of crisis.
- “Liberality” Generous giving.
- “Freedom” A virtue which has been subsequently aspired to by all cultures.
- “Noblility” Noble action within the public sphere.
- “Wealth” Acknowledgement of the prosperity of the Roman world.
- “Endurance, Patience” The ability to weather storms and crisis.
- “Peace” A celebration of peace among society and between nations.
- “Piety, Dutifulness” People paying honor to the gods.
- “Providence, Fortethought” The ability of Roman society to survive trials and manifest a greater destiny.
- “Modesty, Chastity.” A public expression which belies the accusation of “moral corruptness” in ancient Rome.
- “Safety” Concern for public health and wellfare.
- “Confidence, Security” Brought by peace and efficient governance.
- “Hope” Especially during times of difficulty.
- “Fertility” Particularly concerning agriculture.
- “Courage” Especially of leaders within society and government.