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Plautilla, Wife of Caracalla (198-217 AD)

Fulvia Plautilla was the daughter of Caius Fulvius Plautianus who later became the Praetorian Prefect under Caracalla. After Plautianus was executed following trumped charges of a plot against Caracalla, Plautilla was banished to Lipari. When Caracalla became sole emperor in 211 AD, he had Plautilla executed.

RIC IV, Part I - Caracalla, 363b: AR Denarius, 18x19mm (Rome)
Obverse: PLAVTILLA - AVGVSTA
Bust of Plautilla draped right, but hair firmly waved and drawn down on neck.
Reverse: CONCORDIA - AVGG
Concordia standing left, holding patera and scepter.

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