Rec adds Prowe. Domitian's second consulate wasin 73. The figure was identified as Abundantia by Rec; the female figure ofAgrippina on coins of Caligula (BMCRE 36) is shown holding a cornucopiaand leaning on a column and is conventionally identified with Securitas. Theidentification is, however, by no means certain and indeed on 715/1 the figurelooks male. A column is not a normal adjunct of Abundantia, and is notattested for Securitas before the reign of Antoninus Pius (BMCRE 1311). Pax issometimes shown leaning on a column (BMCRE Titus 151), though withcaduceus and branch, not a cornucopia; a cornucopia is otherwise often heldby Pax. As the combination of column and cornucopia is not attested for Pax,however, an identification as Pax should remain tentative.