Helena, St. Helena, or St. Helen was the consort of the Roman Emperor
Constantius Chlorus ... He makes this fact a virtue, calling Helena a bona
stabularia, a "good stable-maid". Other sou...
Apr 2, 2014 ... Learn more about Constantine I's mother, St. Helena, who is believed to ... the
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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.
Oct 14, 2015 ... Two hundred years ago today, on October 15, 1815, Napoleon arrived on the
island of Saint Helena where he was exiled for the rest of his life.
Saint Helena , island, 47 sq mi (122 sq km), in the S Atlantic Ocean, 1200 mi ...
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Commemorated on May 21 St. Helen was the mother of St. Constantine the Great
, and was born at Drepanum (Helenopolis) in Asia Minor to parents of humble ...