Tuccianus is a possible name for a governor of Britannia Inferior (we are pretty dure about the uccianus part), a province of Roman Britain around AD 237.
Epigraphic Evidence of Tuccianus being Governor of Britannia Inferior
BROCOLITIA (Carrawburgh, Northumberland; RIB 1553; dated: 237AD)
IMP CAES G IVLIV VERO MAXIMINO P F AVG GERM MAX DAC MAX SARM MAX PONT MAX TR P III IMP VI COS PROCOS P P ET G IVLIO VERO MAXIMO GER MAX DAC MAX SARM MAX NOB CAES NOS SVB …VCCIANO V C LEG AVG PR PR COH I BATAVORVM FECIT CVRANTE BVRRIO …STO PRAEF PERPETVO ET .
For the Emperor Caesar Gaius Julius Verus Maximinus Pius Felix Augustus, Most Great Conqueror of Germany, Most Great Conqueror of Dacia, Most Great Conqueror of Sarmatia, pontifex maximus, in his third year of tribunician power, six times acclaimed Imperator, consul, proconsul, father of his country, and for Gaius Julius Verus Maximus, Most Great Conqueror of Germany, Most Great Conqueror of Dacia, Most Great Conqueror of Sarmatia, our most noble Caesar, under …]uccianus, of senatorial rank and emperor’s propraetorian legate, the First Cohort of Batavians built this under the charge of Burrius …, prefect, in the consulship of Perpetuus and Cornelianus.