Saint Helena

Helena was the mother of Constantine. She was the emperor Constantius' legal concubine and a barmaid servant at an inn from Bithnia. Foxe says she was the daughter of King Coilus. A Cicilian and a concubine, but she must not be regarded as only the emperors mistress. There can be no doubt that they were husband and wife according to the secondary order of marriage recognized in the empire at the time.

On becoming Caesar, Constantius was required by Diocletian to put away Helena and to take Maximian's step-daughter Theodora. The traditional "Invention of the Cross" had made her a conspicuous figure in Christian art.
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