, daughter of Sulla , and married to
Milo, the partisan of Cicero. She disgraced herself by a criminal affair with the historian
Sallust (Hor. Sat. i. 2, 41
; Schol. Cruq. et
Acr. ad loc.
Flavia, the daughter of Maximian, and wife of Constantine the
Great. When her father wished her to join him in a plot for assassinating her husband, she
disclosed the whole affair to the latter. After exercising the most complete ascendency over
the mind of her husband, she was eventually put to death by him, on his discovering the
falsity of a charge which she had made against Crispus, the son of Constantine by a previous
marriage (Eutrop. x. 2, 4; Victor. Epit.
40, 41). See Constantinus