Plautilla - Augusta of Imperium Romanum from 211 to 212
Publia Fulvia Plautilla was the only wife of the Roman emperor Caracalla, who was her paternal second cousin. This was a politically arranged marriage, meant to strengthen the position of Plautilla's father, the Praetorian Prefect Gaius Fulvius Plautianus.

Plautilla and Caracalla had a very unhappy marriage. At first, they barely tolerated each other but later, they would not even be seen in each other's presence. Despite this, she bore Caracalla a daughter.

In 205, her father was executed for treachery and his family properties were confiscated. Plautilla and her daughter were exiled by Caracalla to Sicily and then to Lipari. They were treated very harshly and were eventually strangled on Caracalla's orders after the death of Septimius Severus on February 4, 211.
Plautilla
Empress Plautilla of the Roman Empire

(1) Plautilla 204 AD
Obverse: PLAVTILLA AVGVSTA, draped bust right
Reverse: VENVS VICTRIX, Venus standing left holding apple & palm, leaning on shield, Cupid at her feet
Ref: Sear 7074
(2) Plautilla AD 202-205
Obverse: PLAVTILLAE AVGVSTA, draped bust right
Reverse: CONCORDIA AVGG, Concordia standing left, holding patera and sceptre
Ref: RIC 359 (Caracalla); RSC 2; Sear 70...
(3) Plautilla 203 AD
Obverse: draped bust right; PLAVTILLA__AVGVSTA
Reverse: Pietas standing right holding scepter and child; PIETAS__AVG G
Ref: RIC IV 367, RSC III 16
(4) Plautilla 204 AD
Obverse: Draped bust right.
Reverse: Venus standing left, shield at her side, holding apple and palm, resting left elbow on shield; Cupid holding helmet at feet to left.
Ref: RIC IV 369 (Caracalla); BMCRE 429; ...