2. Grand-daughter of the foregoing, being the daughter of Constantius Chlorus and Flavia Maximiana Theodora, and therefore the sister of Delmatius, Julius Constantius, Hannibalianus, Constantia, and Anastasia, and half-sister of Constantine the Great. (See the genealogical table prefixed to CONSTANTINUS I.)
She is believed to have been the wife of Nepotianus, who was consul A. D. 301; but at all events she was certainly the mother of that Nepotianus who assumed the purple on the 3rd of June, A. D. 350, and she perished in the proscription which followed his death twenty-eight days afterwards. (NEPOTIANUS.] (Aurel. Vict. Epit.
xlii.; Zosim. 2.43; Athanas. Apolog.
vol. i. p. 677,
ed. Paris, 1627.)