The silvered antoninianus of Emperor Volusianus from 251 CE. Volusianus (Gaius Vibius Afinius Gallus Veldumnianus Volusianus) was the son of Emperor Trebonian Gala, with whom he co-ruled the Roman state in the years 251-253 CE.
Volusianus was murdered with his father at Interamna by his soldiers who did not want to fight against the usurper Aemilianus.
Krawczuk Aleksander, Poczet cesarzy rzymskich, Warszawa 2004
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