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Cornelia Supera


Coin of Cornelia Supera. Valkhof Museum, Nijmegen (Holland). Photo Marco Prins.
Coin of Cornelia Supera
(Valkhof, Nijmegen)
Cornelia Superia: name of a Roman empress, married to Aemilianus, who briefly reigned in 253.

Life

  • July/August 253: Cornelia Supera was made Augusta when her husband Marcus Aemilius Aemilianus was proclaimed emperor by the armies (C. Cornelia Supera Augusta)
  • September/October 253: She was probably killed with her husband
  • Damnatio memoriae
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