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Manlia Scantilla


Coin of Manlia Scantilla. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (United States). Photo Marco Prins.
Coin of Manlia Scantilla (Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)
Manlia Scantilla: name of a Roman empress, wife of Didius Julianus (briefly emperor in 193).

Life

  • Maried to Didius Julianus
    • Mother of Didia Clara
  • 193, 28 March: Death of Pertinax; Didius Julianus becomes emperor
  • Manlia Scantilla receives the rank of Augusta
  • 193, 1 June: Didius Julianus executed by soldiers of Septimius Severus
  • Manlia Scantilla buries her husband's body

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