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Faustina I


Faustina I. Bust from the Archaeological Museum of Tripoli (Libya). Photo Marco Prins.
Faustina I (Archaeological Museum of Tripoli)
Faustina I (c.105-141): Roman empress, wife of the emperor Antoninus Pius.

Relatives

  • Father: Marcus Annius Verus
  • Mother: Rupilia Faustina
  • Husband: Antoninus Pius
    • Son: Marcus Aurelius Fulvius Antoninus (dead before 138)
    • Son: Marcus Galerius Aurelius Antoninus (dead before 138)
    • Daughter: Aurelia Fadilla (died c.135; married to Aelius Lamia Silvanus)
    • Daughter: Faustina II (married to Marcus Aurelius)

Life

  • c.105, c.21 September: Born; official name Annia Galeria Faustina
  • 138: Proclaimed Augusta
  • 141: Death; consecrated; a temple was erected on the Forum Romanum
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