Aelia Eudoxia was the wife of the Roman Emporor Arcadius. The controversial marriage was arranged by a court eunuch called Eutropius, whom she later had executed. One of her sons took the throne as Theodosius II. She died during childbirth in the year 404.
Roman Bronze Coin Of Aelia Eudoxia (401-460) Ngc(F)
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