THEODORA 2nd wife of Constantius I
- On 1 March 293, Diocletian adopted Galerius as son and Caesar, while Maximian, Diocletian's co-ruler, did the same for his praetorian commander Constantius.
- Part of this arrangement was that Constantius should divorce Helena and marry Theodora, daughter (or possibly step-daughter) of Maximian.
- Theodora bore Constantius six children: Flavius Dalmatius, Julius Constantius, Hannibalianus, Constantina, Eutropia and Anastasia.
- She was honoured posthumously on the coinage of Constantine I's sons, after 337.