Plautilla

$98.00

Silver Denarius.

Plautilla- Fulvia Plautilla was the daughter of C. Fulvius Plautianus who was Severus’ Praetorian Prefect in AD 197. Her father was executed on the orders of Caracalla her husband and one of Severus’ sons. After her fathers’ execution Plautilla was banished to Lipari. In AD 211 when Caracalla acceded to his sole rule he had Plautilla executed.

Patera- a shallow bowl without handles.

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Description

Silver Denarius.

Plautilla- Fulvia Plautilla was the daughter of C. Fulvius Plautianus who was Severus’ Praetorian Prefect in AD 197. Her father was executed on the orders of Caracalla her husband and one of Severus’ sons. After her fathers’ execution Plautilla was banished to Lipari. In AD 211 when Caracalla acceded to his sole rule he had Plautilla executed.

Patera- a shallow bowl without handles.

Additional information

Origin

Ancient Rome

Date

200 A.D.

Obverse

Draped bust of Plautilla. PLAVTILLA AVGVSTA.

Reverse

CONCORDIA AVGG. Concordia standing holding patera and sceptre., Concordia- the personification of Concord of harmony.