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Silver coin of Volusianus

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Silver coin of Volusianus
Silver coin of Volusianus

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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