Minervina

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Minervina was the first wife of Constantine the Great.[1] He married her in 303 AD, and the couple had one son, Crispus.

When Constantine wanted to strengthen his bonds with the other Tetrarchs, in 307 AD he set aside Minervina and married Fausta, daughter of Augustus Maximian.

Citations[edit]

  1. ^ Genealogical table. A. H. M. Jones , Constantine and the Conversion of Europe (New York 1962) 211. (Constantine I the Great. The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium. Edited by Alexander P. Kazhdan.)

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Royal titles
Preceded by
Galeria Valeria
Roman Empress
306–307
with Galeria Valeria (306–307)
Valeria Maximilla (306–307)
Succeeded by
Fausta