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Aelia Eudoxia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Legacy. Eudoxia is a featured figure on Judy Chicago's installation piece The Dinner Party, being represented as one of the 999 names on the Heritage Floor.

Aelia Eudocia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Aelia Eudocia was born around 400 A.D. in either Athens or Antioch, [2] [3] ... Aelia Eudoxia: Byzantine Empress consort 421–450: Succeeded by Pulcheria: Authority ...

Aelia Eudoxia Augusta (c.375 - 404) - Genealogy

Genealogy for Aelia Eudoxia Augusta (c.375 - 404) family tree on Geni, with over 140 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

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Aelia Eudoxia consort of Arcadius 401AD Ancient ... - eBay

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Aelia Eudoxia

Aelia Eudoxia (d. 6 October 404) was the wife of the Eastern Roman emperor Arcadius. The daughter of a certain Bauto, a Frankish magister militum serving in the ...

Aelia EudoxiaWikipédia

Aelia Eudoxia (? – 404. október 6.) Flavius Arcadius keletrómai (bizánci) császár befolyásos és a híradások szerint szépséges felesége, a frank Bauto ...

Aelia EudoxiaWikipedia

Ej att förväxla med Aelia Eudokia. Aelia Eudoxia, död den 6 oktober 404, var en östromersk kejsarinna, dotter till en frankisk hövding Bauto.

Aelia Eudoxia - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi

Eksterne henvisninger. Wendy Mayer: Aelia Eudoxia; Omtalen af hendes far Bauto i Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire.

Roman Emperors - DIR Aelia Eudoxia (Wife of Arcadius)

An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors. DIR Atlas Aelia Eudoxia (wife of Arcadius) Wendy Mayer Australian Catholic University. Much like the later empress Theodora ...