St. Helena, A woman of Substance

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Though there is no historical evidence to prove this, it is a fact that Constantanius, Helena's Royal husband spent some time in Britain putting down a rebellion among the Scots and died in York.(Catholic Encyclopedia) Going back to historical evidence about Helena's humble beginnings, according to St...
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Ambrose she was an inn-keeper when Constantine's father, Constantius Chlorus made her his consort. This relationship did not last long as he took a new wife and cast Helena off into the shade. But her son Constantine always had a great love and admiration for his mother, thus when he became the Emperor he brought her back so that she may reside at Court at Byzantium...
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