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Flavia Julia Helena Augusta (Saint Helena, Saint Helen, Helena Augusta or Helena of Constantinople), Empress of Rome

Flavia Iulia Helena Augusta “Saint Helena, Saint Helen, Helena Augusta or Helena of Constantinople” Age: 84246330

Name
Flavia Iulia Helena Augusta “Saint Helena, Saint Helen, Helena Augusta or Helena of Constantinople”
Given names
Flavia Iulia Helena Augusta
Nickname
Saint Helena, Saint Helen, Helena Augusta or Helena of Constantinople
Name prefix
Empress of Rome
Birth between 246 and 250
Note: Helenopolis or Drepana was an ancient Roman and Byzantine town in Bithynia, Asia Minor, on the southern side of the Gulf of Astacus. It has been identified with the modern village of Hersek, in the district of Altınova, Yalova Province. It is traditionally considered as the birthplace of Saint Helena.
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Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus “Constantine the Great”
February 27, 272 (Age 26)
Note: Originally Naissus, Illyria
DivorceFlavius Valerius Constantius “Constantius I or Constantius Chlorus” View family
293 (Age 47)

Death of a husbandFlavius Valerius Constantius “Constantius I or Constantius Chlorus”
July 25, 306 (Age 60)
Note: Originally Eboracum, Britannia
Death 330 (Age 84)
Note: Originally Constantinople, Roman Empire
Baptism of a sonFlavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus “Constantine the Great”
May 22, 337 (7 years after death)

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Helenopolis or Drepana was an ancient Roman and Byzantine town in Bithynia, Asia Minor, on the southern side of the Gulf of Astacus. It has been identified with the modern village of Hersek, in the district of Altınova, Yalova Province. It is traditionally considered as the birthplace of Saint Helena.
Death
Originally Constantinople, Roman Empire
Note
When Constantius was named Caesar, or successor to the throne of the Roman Empire, in 293, he divorced her because of her nonpatrician origin. She devoted the rest of her life to religious pilgrimages, visiting Jerusalem about 325 and foundingthere the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and the Church of the Nativity. According to some legends, she was the discoverer of the True Cross in Palestine. Her feast day is August 18.
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