Roman S.P.Q.R. Helmet on Acrylic Fridge Magnet
S.P.Q.R. term stands for 'senatus populusqueRomanus' which directly translates into 'the senate and people of Rome'. The Helmet logo was often used as the official seal of the government, which is why, it often appeared on the documents and throughout the city. The acrylic finish of the fridge magnet attached more sophistication and historical significance towards the practical use of the helmet and its appearance as the official seal. The deep golden and bronze helmet depicted on the souvenir complete with gilded motifs and the distinctive ribbed headpiece.
Buying a S.P.Q.R. Helmet
You will find quite a few shops selling beautiful S.P.Q.R helmets, which shows the commitment and solidarity of people with their ancient cultural heritage. One many S.P.Q.R helmets available at local stores, you will find a short description about various battles and war stories, or sometimes the name of Roman warriors. You can buy one of those S.P.Q.R helmets for someone in your friends or family who has a keen interest in the Roman history especially the famous battles. If you forgot to buy this S.P.Q.R. Helmet, you can instead have its souvenir and gift it to the person.
The use of S.P.Q.R Seal
The seal of S.P.Q.R has been in use again over time throughout the Europe. During your visit to Rome, notice the letters written on the sewage and water systems of the city; this is done to honor the innovation of the ancient Romans in introducing these systems in the world. Apart from this, the SPQR Helmet still appears in the architecture of some of the buildings in Rome and throughout Italy, Netherland, and Belgium. The seal is still honored by the people all around the world.