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It consisted of a wreath of oak leaves (quercea) and was awarded the one who saved the life of a Roman citizen (civis) a fellow citizen in battle, killed the enemy whose armor had taken and was able to hold the place of those rescued. It was passed by the rescued themselves. In early republican period it was made from the leaves of holm oak (Quercus ilex). Later, she was bound from the branches of the pedunculate oak (Quercus pendunculata).With the Corona Civica special privileges were connected. Thus, the owner sat at public games with the Senators and all had to get up on his entrance.