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Eutropia

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About
Date of death 350 Rome, Province of Rome, Lazio, Italy
Family
Children: Nepotianus
Father: Constantius Chlorus
Brother(s): Julius Constantius Flavius Dalmatius Constantine the Great
Mother: Flavia Maximiana Theodora
Sister(s): Flavia Julia Constantia Anastasia
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Biography

Eutropia (died 350) was the daughter of Emperor Constantius Chlorus and of Flavia Maximiana Theodora, and therefore half-sister of Emperor Constantine I.

Biography

She married Virius Nepotianus and bore him a son, Nepotianus, who later became a short-lived Roman usurper, when Magnentius was proclaimed emperor in 350; after a period of twenty-eight days in early June 350, Nepotianus was killed, and probably this led to the execution of Eutropia by order of Magnentius' magister officiorum Marcellinus. Virius Nepotianus was consul in 336.

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