Valerius Crescens Fulvianus was a governor of Britannia Inferior, a province of Roman Britain during the reign of Severus Alexander which was between 225 AD to 235 AD. It is unclear whether his governorship precedes or succeeds those of Calvisius Rufus and Claudius Apellinus.
Epigraphic Evidence of Valerius Crescens Fulvianus being Governor of Britannia Inferior
The inscription below records him restoring a temple at Bremetennacum.
B REMETENACVM (Ribchester, Lancashire; RIB 587; dated: 225-235AD)
… PRO SAL IMP CAES ALEXANDRI AVG N ET IVLIAE MAMAEAE MATRIS D N ET CASTR AVB CVRA VAL CRESCENTIS FVLVIANI LEG EIVS PRO PR T FLORID NATALIS > LEG PRAEP N ET REG TEMPLVM A SOLO EX RESPONSV DEI RESTITVIT ET DEDICAVIT DE SVO “
[…] for the health of Imperator Caesar Alexander, our Augustus, and for Julia Mamaea, the mother of our Lord and of the Strongholds, under the direction of Valerius Crescens Fulvianus, his pro-praetorian legate, Titus Florid(us) Natalis, legionary centurion in charge of the regiment and the region, restored this temple from the ground up in answer to the god, and dedicated on their behalf”.