Minted coins inscribed by Vosenios were being issued towards the end of the first century BC, following or possibly contemporary with those of Dubnovellaunus, his probable predecessor. Other coins issued during this period inscribed only with a cryptic SA could either be those of another Kentish king or they too might be of Vosenios. These letters need not refer to a personal name but could instead record a title, the site of a mint or the name of an unrecorded group of people. Vosenios departed the scene when Eppillus of the Atrebates appeared in Cantium around 15AD, probably ousted from Calleva by Verica.