Fabia-Eudocia (fl. 600s CE)

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Fabia-Eudocia (fl. 600s ce)

Byzantine empress. Name variations: Fabia-Eudocia or Eudokia. Born in Carthage; first wife of Herakleos also known as Heraclius I of Carthage, Byzantine emperor (r. 610–641); children: Heraclonas-Constantine, emperor of Byzantium (r. 641). Heraclius I's second wife was Martina .

Fabia-Eudocia was a young Carthaginian woman whom Emperor Heraclius I married shortly after he ascended the throne. She died young; her son Heraclonas-Constantine succeeded his father on the throne at age 30, but died shortly thereafter of tuberculosis.