Lucilla - Augusta of Imperium Romanum from 164 to 169
Annia Aurelia Galeria Lucilla was the daughter of Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius and Roman Empress Faustina the Younger and an elder sister to future Roman Emperor Commodus.

In 161 Lucilla's father arranged a marriage for her with his co-ruler Lucius Verus. Verus, 18 years her senior, became her husband three years later in Ephesus in 164, and she received the title of Augusta and became a Roman Empress. Lucilla was an influential and respectable woman and she enjoyed her status. She spent much time in Rome, fulfilling her husband's duties as a co-ruler. When Verus died around 168/169, Lucilla lost her status as Empress.

In 182 Lucilla became involved in a plot to assassinate and replace her unstable brother Commodus. The plot failed, and Commodus exiled her to Capri - and had her executed a year later.
Empress Lucilla of the Roman Empire

(1) Lucilla 164-166 AD
Reverse: CONCORDIA, seated left, holding patera & resting left arm on statue of spes
Ref: RIC 758
(2) Lucilla 164-169 AD
Obverse: LVCILLAE AVG ANTONINI AVG F, Bust of Lucilla facing right, bare headed with hair weaved and fastened into a bun on the back of her head, wearing drapery
Reverse: VOTA PVBLICA, Inscription in three lines within laurel wreath
Ref: RIC III Marcus Aurelius 791
(3) Lucilla 164-166 AD
Obverse: draped bust right; LVCILLAE AVG__ANTONINI AVG F
Reverse: Venus facing, head left, holding apple and scepter; VENVS / S__C
Ref: RIC III MA 1763; SRCV II 5507, BMCR...
(4) Lucilla 164-166 AD
Obverse: draped bust right; LVCILLAE AVG ANTONINI AVG F
Reverse: Concordia seated left holding patera; CONCO_RDIA
Ref: RIC III 758, SRCV II 5479, BMCRE IV...