Spes

In ancient Roman religion, Spes (pronounced ) was the goddess of hope. Multiple temples to Spes are known, and inscriptions indicate that she received private devotion as well as state cult.

Read more about SpesRepublican Hope, Imperial Hope, Greek Elpis

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Gaudium Et Spes
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Spes - Greek Elpis
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