Furnilla, the second wife of the emperor Titus, was divorced by her husband after the death of their daughter Julia. (Suet. Tit. 4
.) Some commentators propose changing the name of Furnilla
on the authority of a coin which bears the legend Φουλβία Σεβαστή
But the coin is of rather doubtful authority; and even if it be genuine it may refer to Fulvia Plautilla, the wife of Caracalla.
It is very improbable that a coin should be struck in honour of a woman that had been divorced, and that the title of Augusta should be given to her. (Eckhel, vol. vii. p. 364.)