Theodora (fl. 3rd c.)

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Theodora (fl. 3rd c.)

Roman noblewoman. Flourished in late 200s ce; dau. of Eutropia (fl. 270–300 ce) and Afranius Hannibalianus; stepdau. of Maximian, the senior Roman emperor of the West; half-sister of Fausta (d. 324); 2nd wife of Constantius I Chlorus, Roman emperor of the West, c. 292 (died 306); children: Constantia (c. 293–?); Flavius Dalmatius; Flavius Julius Constantius; Hannibalianus; Eutropia (fl. 330s); and Anastasia (who m. Bassianus).

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