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1. Daughter of the emperor Valentinian I. by his second wife, Justina, whom he married, according to Theophanes, A. D. 368. She remained all her life unmarried. She and her sister, Justa, were at Mediolanum or Milan while the remams of her murdered brother, Valentinian II., continued there unburied, and deeply lamented his loss. It is doubtful if they were at Vienna in Gaul, where he was killed, at the time of his death (A. D. 392), and accompanied his body to Milan, or whether they were at Milan. (Socrat. II E. 4.31; Ambros. de Obitu Valentiniani, ยง 40, &c., Epist. 53, ed. Benedict.; Tillemont, IIist. des Emp. vol. v.)

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