She was a woman of few words, a woman who wore silence like a velvet gown. How loudly her quiet soul reverberated in a room full of noise. How powerfully her stillness rippled. The world grew larger, clearer, deeper while she looked on in silence.
Libitina is the Roman Goddess of Death, Corpses, and Funerals. Her temples were equipped with all the tools needed for funerals, and undertakers in Rome were called libitinarii. She was depicted as wearing dark robes and having wings, looking rather like a bird of prey. Her temples also maintained records of the dead.