Galeria Valeria - Augusta of Imperium Romanum from 308 to 311
Galeria Valeria was the daughter of Roman Emperor Diocletian and wife of his co-emperor Galerius.

Galeria was raised to the title of Augusta and Mater Castrorum in November 308. She adopted her husband's illegitimate son, Candidianus, as her own.

When Galerius died in 311, Licinius was entrusted with the care of Valeria and her mother Prisca. The two women, however, fled from Licinius to Maximinus Daia, whose daughter was betrothed to Candidianus. After a short time, Valeria refused the marriage proposal of Maximinus, who arrested and confined her in Syria and confiscated her properties. At the death of Maximinus, Licinius ordered the death of both women. Valeria fled, hiding for a year, until she was found in Thessaloniki. She was captured by the mob, beheaded in the central square of the city, and her body thrown in the sea.
Galeria Valeria
Empress Galeria Valeria of the Roman Empire

(1) Galeria Valeria 310-311 AD
Obverse: GAL VALERIA AVG (no break), bare-headed, draped bust right on crescent, shoulders facing
Reverse: VENERI VICTRICI, Venus standing left, holding apple and raising drapery. Crescent in left field, Γ in right field
Ref: RIC VI Siscia 211; Sear 14590
(2) Galeria Valeria AD 310
Obverse: GAL VALERIA AVG, diademed and draped bust right
Reverse: VENERI VICTRICI, Venus standing facing, head left, holding apple in upraised right hand and with left raising drapery over left shoulder, with altar at feet to left; star in left field, Δ in right field, ANT in exergue
Ref: RIC 138; Sear 14603