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Saint Helena or Saint Helen (Latin: Flavia Iulia Helena Augusta; c. 250 – c. 330)
was the consort of the Roman emperor Constantius Chlorus and the mother of ...
Learn more about Constantine I's mother, St. Helena, who is believed to have
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May 20, 2015 ... The island of St Helena in the South Atlantic was discovered by the Portuguese
navigator João de Nova on May 21, 1502.
Facts. Feastday: August 18. Death: 330 ... In liturgical art Helena is depicted as
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Feb 8, 2010 ... Helena was at one time the most important woman in the world, yet we know next
... St. Ambrose referred to her as a stabularia, or inn-keeper.
Saint Helena, also called Helen (born c. 248, Drepanon?, Bithynia, Asia Minor—
died c. 328, Nicomedia; Western feast day August 18; Eastern feast day [with ...
Saint Helena , island, 47 sq mi (122 sq km), in the S Atlantic Ocean, 1200 mi ...
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