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Fausta (c.290-326): name of a Roman empress, wife of Constantine I the Great.
- Born in c. 290 as daughter of the emperor Maximianus and Eutropia; her brother his Maxentius
- Summer 307 Marriage to Constantine the Great
- 312 Constantine defeats Maxentius, becomes sole ruler in the West
- 316 Birth of Constantinus II
- 317 Birth of Constantius II
- 320 or 323 Birth of Constans
- c.320 Birth of Constantina
- Un known moment: Birth of Helena
- 324 Constantine defeats Licinius, sole ruler of the Roman Empire
- 325 Fausta proclaimed Augusta
- Summer 326 Fausta executed on a charge of adultery
- Damnatio memoriae
- Constantius II reburies Fausta next to Constantine
See also: Fausta's Fresco