Clodius Albinus - Augustus (usurper) of Imperium Romanum from 196 to 196
Decimus Clodius Septimius Albinus Augustus was a Roman usurper.

After Pertinax was assassinated in 193, the imperial throne was sold to Didius Julianus. Immediately afterwards, Pescennius Niger was proclaimed Emperor by the legions in Syria; Septimius Severus by the troops in Illyricum and Pannonia, and Albinus by the armies in Britain and Gaul.

In the civil war that followed, Albinus was initially allied with Septimius Severus. When in 196 Severus had defeated his two other rivals, he turned to Albinus. The two armies met at the Battle of Lugdunum. Albinus was defeated and killed himself, or was captured and executed on the orders of Severus.
Clodius Albinus
Emperor (usurper) Clodius Albinus of the Roman Empire

(1) Clodius Albinus 194-195 AD
Obverse: bare head right; D CL SEPT AL_BIN CAES
Reverse: Saeculum Frugiferum standing left, holding caduceus with grain ears and trident; SAECVLO FRVGIFERO COS II / S__C
Ref: RIC IVa, 61 (C. 72); BMC V, 549 (Pl...
(2) Clodius Albinus 193 - 194/95 AD
AR Denarius Unknown mint
Obverse: D CLOD SEPT ALBIN CAES / bare head right
Reverse: MINER PACIF COS II / Minerva standing left, holding olive branch and shield on ground, spear resting against her left arm
Ref: RIC 7a, Sear 6144
(3) Clodius Albinus 193 – 195 AD
AE Sestertius Unknown mint
Obverse: D CL SEPT ALBIN CAES / bare head right
Reverse: FORT REDVCI COS II / Fortuna seated left, holding rudder & cornucopiae, wheel beneath chair.
Ref: RIC 53