Commius the Younger

Commius the Younger, succeeded his father Commius the Gaul in c.35BC and ruled from Calleva until c.20BC, when he was succeeded by his own sons, first Tincommius, then Eppillus and finally Verica. Coinage evidence points to a period of joint rule with his eldest son Tincommius, perhaps from c.25BC. (see also Commius the Gaul.)