A Conversation for St Helena of Constantine (c250 - 330)
flyingtwinkle Started conversation Jul 9, 2006
According to St. Ambrose, Helena was an inn-keeper when Constantius lifted her from her lowConstantine's father, Constantius Chlorus, who had risen to the throne by way of military success, was also a native of that region.ly position and made her his consort. On the death of his father, the young Constantine brought his mother to live at the Byzantine courtThe capital of the eastern EmpireShe was honoured by the roman title Augusta, also coins were struck bearing her image.
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