Fortuna is Lady Luck, who promises
The Goddess or Fate who ruled each individual's
"Wheel of Fortune," called Tyche by the Greeks, was envisioned as a
kindly deity similar to a guardian angel. Her Roman name was Fortuna.
Fortuna was the Roman Goddess of Fortune, chance, and prosperity, and one of the
most popular Roman deities during the period of Servius Tullius.
She was the Roman adaptation of the Greek Goddess of Fortune, Tykhe. Other names
for her were Primigenia, Virilis, Respiciens, Muliebris, and Annonaria.
She is usually portrayed standing, blindfolded, wearing a rich dress and holding
either the cornucopia, rudder, ball, or wheel of fortune.