Licinia Eudoxia

Augusta of Roman Empire | Royal

Lived from 422 to c. 493 CE

Licinia Eudoxia was a Roman Empress, daughter of Eastern Roman Emperor Theodosius II.  She was married twice, with two of the Western Roman Emperors Valentinian III in 437 and Petronius Maximus in 455. From 439 to 455 she had the title of Augusta and Empress of Western Roman Empire. In 455 Rome was sacked by the Vandals, Eudoxia and her daughters were captured and taken to Africa until 462 when she was sent Constantinople, capital of Roman Empire at that time.

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Lived from 422 to c. 493 CE

Licinia Eudoxia was a Roman Empress, daughter of Eastern Roman Emperor Theodosius II.  She was married twice, with two of the Western Roman Emperors Valentinian III in 437 and Petronius Maximus in 455. From 439 to 455 she had the title of Augusta and Empress of Western Roman Empire. In 455 Rome was sacked by the Vandals, Eudoxia and her daughters were captured and taken to Africa until 462 when she was sent Constantinople, capital of Roman Empire at that time.

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