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Eudoxia

(yo͞odŏk`sēə), d. 404, Roman empress of the East (395–404), daughter of a Frankish general and wife of ArcadiusArcadius
, c.377–408, Roman emperor of the East (395–408), son and successor of Theodosius I. His brother, Honorius, inherited (395) the West. Henceforth the division between the Eastern and Western empires became permanent.
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. She had a great influence upon her weak husband. She helped bring about the downfall of EutropiusEutropius,
d. 399, consul of East Roman Emperor Arcadius. A eunuch of the palace, he brought about the marriage (395) of Arcadius and Eudoxia and succeeded Rufinus as chief minister. He repelled (398) an invasion of Huns and was the first eunuch to be appointed (399) consul.
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, to whose intrigues she owed her marriage, and the exile of St. John ChrysostomJohn Chrysostom, Saint
[Gr.,=golden-mouth], c.347–407, Doctor of the Church, one of the greatest of the Greek Fathers. He was born in Antioch and studied Greek classics there. As a young man he became an anchorite monk (374), a deacon (c.381) and a priest (386).
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, who had criticized her.
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His uncompromising sermons denounced Empress Eudoxia ("a Jezabel and Herodias") for immorality, the rich for selfish luxury, and the bishops for hypocrisy and loose-living.
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