The Roman goddess of Justice.
Her origin may be from the Greek Titan Themis.
Themis remained in Olympus to advise Zeus after his purge of the old Pantheon.
In depictions of her, Themis carries the sclaes of justice in one hand a sword in the other, her eyes covered.
Known as the Greek goddess of divine justice, she became an oracle at Delphi.
Traditionally, Lady Justitia wore a blindfold and is commonly depicted with a sword and with scales.
In the Western tradition, representations of the Lady of Justice have occurred throughout the ages all over the world.
Although she often appears without a blindfold, she is sometimes shown blinded, most commonly in Europe.
She frequently carries a sword and scales.
Draped in flowing robes, mature but not old, she symbolizes the fair and equal administration of the law without corruption, avarice, prejudice, or favor.