Cornelia Supera

Reece Period attributed: Period 12

Obverse image of a coin of Cornelia Supera

Member of the Third Century Emperors dynasty.

Coins for this issuer were issued from 249 until 249.

Gaia Cornelia Supera was Aemilian’s wife. She is completely unknown to history.

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Information from Wikipedia

  • Preferred label: Cornelia Supera
  • Full names:
    • Cornelia Supera
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  • Definition: Gaia Cornelia Supera was the Empress of Rome and wife of Emperor Aemilianus who ruled briefly in 253. Nothing is known about her life, except through numismatic evidences. Her full name on the coins is C[AIA] CORNEL[IA] SVPERA AVG[VSTA], or alternatively CORNEL[IA] SVPERA AVG[VSTA] or COR[NELIA] SVPERA AV[GVSTA]. Her coins are extremely rare. Her name and monuments were condemned after Valerian was hailed as emperor in October of 253.
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    • Other title(s):
      • Empress of Rome
    • Came After:
      • Cornelia Salonina
    • Came before:
      • Afinia Gemina Baebiana
      • Herennia Etruscilla
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