Eudoxia, or Eudokia (often Latinized as Eudocia; East Slavic Евдокия, Євдокія, Yevdokiya) is the English language transliteration of the Greek feminine personal name Ευδοκία (Ευδοκία/Evdokia or Ευδοξία/Evdoxia). It was mainly popular in late antiquity and in the Middle Ages, but is still in use today.
- Eudoxia of Heliopolis († 120) early Christian saint and martyr
- Empress Aelia Eudoxia (c. 380–404), daughter of Flavius Bauto and wife of Roman Emperor Arcadius.
- Empress Aelia Eudocia, wife of Theodosius II (and daughter-in-law of the above).
- Empress Licinia Eudoxia, daughter of the above and wife of Roman Emperors Valentinian III and Petronius Maximus.
- Princess Eudocia (439–466/474?), daughter of Emperor Valentinian III and the above, and wife of Vandal king Huneric.
- Empress Fabia Eudoxia, wife of the Byzantine Emperor Heraclius.
- Eudoxia Epiphania, daughter of the above.
- Eudokia (wife of Justinian II), wife of Byzantine Emperor Justinian II
- Eudokia Ingerina, wife of the 10th century Byzantine Emperor Basil I
- Empress Eudocia Macrembolitissa (1021–1096), wife of Byzantine Emperors Constantine X and Romanos IV.
- Princess Eudoxia, mistress of Andronikos I Komnenos
- Eudoxia of Suzdal (Yevdokia) (? – 1407), wife of Dmitri Donskoi
- Eudoxia, a fictional character in the Anne Rice novel Blood and Gold.
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