This ruler was possibly the first of the Corieltauvi to issue coins bearing inscriptions, notably; VEP, VEP CORF (possibly meaning Vep[…] the son of Cor[…]) and VEP OCI[.]ES. These coins appear at the beginning of the first century AD, and are found throughout the tribal territory. The latter of these three issues may bear the name of a subservient or co-ruler, OCI[.]ES, and it should be noted that with the exception of the issues inscribed VEP only, all of the Corieltauvian coinage bears at least two inscribed names. Whether Vep[…] first started this trend of dual – or in some cases, triple – magistracies is not known.