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... Marius Valerianus was a governor of Britannia Inferior, a province of Roman Britain probably some time between 221 and 222/223. Little else is known of him from the inscriptions he left at Chesters, Netherby and South Shields. His rule therefore overlapped with the accession of Severus Alexander in March 222.
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