Although the group may be identifiable as an allegory of Abundance, the cornucopia filled with coins rather than fruit or flowers and the fact that the woman is seated on a lion do not fit with her iconography. The coins raise the possibility that the group represents Fortune. Another, more likely, possibility is that the crowned figure, seated on a lion represents the personification of Venice.
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