Theocracy is a form of government in which one or more deities are recognized as supreme ruling authorities, giving divine guidance to human intermediaries who manage the government's daily affairs.[2][3]

Caesar Augustus as Jupiter, holding scepter and orb (first half of 1st century AD).[1]

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