Annia Aurelia Galeria Lucilla (Lucilla) was the daughter of Marcus Aurelius and Faustina II. She was betrothed to Lucius Verus in 161, and in 164 (or 163) she was married to him at Ephesus and became Augusta. After her husband’s death in 169 she was married to Pompeianus but kept her imperial title. In 181 or 182 she took part in a conspiracy against Commodus, was exiled to Capri and soon afterwards executed.
It would seem most likely that the majority of her coins were struck between her wedding in 164 and the death of her husband Verus in 169. However, some coins in her name were certainly issued after 169. The most likely date for such coins is the period after the death of Faustina II in 175 and before the marriage of Commodus to Crispina in 178, when Lucilla was the only imperial lady with the title Augusta.