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Crispina Sestertius

A.D. 177-192 Crispina Bronze Sestertius

Crispina, a woman of beauty, was the wife of Emperor Commodus, who ruled from A.D. 177-192. Soon after becoming emperor, Commodus divorced her because she committed adultery. She was exiled to an island and put to death under his orders.
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