Use the Ancient Greek or Egyptian goddess of Justice as symbol of the High Court? Good idea?
Currently the official seal of the Supreme Court of California is already an image of the goddess of justice of ancient greek, The ancient Greek goddess of Justice is already a common image associated with modern Justice system, which is a woman holding a scale. The Greek goddess of justice is a woman with a scale and a sword, the Egyptian is a (literal angel) with a scale and a feather
It is a wasteful act of peacocking to make the change, replacing one set of symbols people are familiar with for another they are not all for the appearance of looking good versus actually doing good.
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