St. Euphrasia of Constantinople
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Noble Roman raised by Emperor Theodosius I when her father, Antigonus, died. Her mother entered a convent in Egypt, and Euphrasia, at the age of five, went with her. At the age of twelve, orphaned, she was commanded by Emperor Arcadius to marry a senator but received permission to give her wealth to the poor and remain a nun. Also known as Euphraxia, she was known for her holiness.
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