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Fausta

(Flavia Maximiana Fausta) (fôs`tə), d. c.326, Roman princess. She was the wife of Constantine IConstantine I
or Constantine the Great
, 288?–337, Roman emperor, b. Naissus (present-day Niš, Serbia). He was the son of Constantius I and Helena and was named in full Flavius Valerius Constantinus.
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, the daughter of MaximianMaximian
(Marcus Aurelius Valerius Maximianus) , d. 310, Roman emperor, with Diocletian (286–305). An able commander, he was made caesar (subemperor) by Diocletian in 285 and augustus in 286.
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, and the mother of Constantine II, Constantius II, and Constans I. It is said that she was put to death by Constantine I when she falsely accused Crispus, Constantine's son by his first wife, of attempting to seduce her.
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Marisa della Magliana (Fausta nel dattiloscritto originale), la protagonista dell'ultimo brano, al contrario, riesce a superare i confini della sua situazione individuale di oppressione e a unirsi agli altri.
Alcoreza said Merle, aside from being a part-time teacher at SHC graduate school also finds time to teach out-of-school youths at Hermana Fausta Development Center, the SHC community service arm.