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According to legend, one divine shield fell from heaven during the reign of Numa Pompilius, the second king of Rome. He ordered eleven copies made to confuse would-be thieves, since the original shield was regarded as a sacred guarantor of Rome's perpetual sovereignty. The shields were charged to the twelve Salii, or leaping priests, who annually in March made a procession around the city, dancing and singing the Carmen Saliare.
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