Faustina Junior- Annia Galeria Faustina, born AD 127. The daughter of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Senior. She married Marcus Aurelius in AD 145. She was given the title of Augusta on the birth of her first child in AD 146. Subsequently bore at least twelve more children. Only one boy, Commodus, the future emperor, survived beyond childhood. Commodus was one child from two sets of twins that Faustina Jr. bore. The birth of twins was considered somewhat miraculous in antiquity. Faustina accompanied her husband on his campaigns, enduring the hardships of the field, for which she was given the title “mother of the camps”. She died in the field in AD 176.
Fecunditas- symbolizes the fruitfulness of the imperial marriage.