Publia Fulvia Plautilla, wife of Caracalla
- Publia Fulvia Plautilla was the daughter of Septimius Severus's friend Gaius Fulvius Plautianus, Commander of the praetorian guard.
- He married her off to his son Caracalla in 202 AD.
- Caracalla had no choice in the matter and felt no affection whatsoever towards Plautilla.
- In order to provide an entourage of eunuchs at his daughter's wedding, Plautianus had one hundred free Roman citizens castrated.
- Caracalla also hated Plautianus and on 22nd January 205, a charge of treason was brought against him and he was put to death with Severus' approval
- Plautilla was banished to Lipari.
- Severus died at York on 4th February 211, and Caracalla and Geta became joint Augustii.
- In February 212, Geta was murdered by Caracalla.
- During the early months of 212, 20,000 associates of Geta were executed, among them, Publia Pulvia Plautilla
- Numismatic evidence suggests that Plautilla bore a child, possibly a girl, born in 204 and was then exiled and murdered along with her mother.