Fausta was the wife of Constantine and the daughter of Galerius, emperor of Rome. Fausta had tried to entice her step-son Crispus, the eldest son of Constantine and when he refused she had spread malicious gossip that enraged the emperor. In a fit of jealousy Constantine had Crispus killed and when Fausta's deceit was uncovered, had killed her also.
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