a centurion, who, in the reign of Philippus (A. D. 249), was saluted emperor in Moesia, by the soldiers, who soon after put him to death.
A brass medal is extant, struck at Philippopolis, in Thrace, bearing the legend ΘΕΩ . ΜΑΡΙΝΩ
; but the Greek coin, quoted by Goltzius as exhibiting the names P. Carvilius Marinus,
is regarded with suspicion. (Zonar. 12.19
; Zosim. 1.20; Eckhel, vol. vii. p. 373.)