Queen Helen Of The Cross ROMAN EMPIRE
Another name for Helen was ROMAN EMPIRE Queen.
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Queen of the ROMAN EMPIRE.
Barber Grandparents: 125 Kings, 143 Generations, Ted Butler Bernard and Gertrude Barber Bernard, 1978, McKinney TX,
p59: "161X Helen, Queen of the Roman Empire, (D of 151, M of 177); married Constantine Chlorus, who became Emperor of the Roman Empire in 305; as a Christian, Queen Helen discovered the true cross; according to tradition Queen Helen, in searching for the sacred spots where her Lord had suffered, discovered the cross on which the Lord had been crucified, and also the crosses of the two thieves who had died with him; she was later canonized and known as `Helen of the Cross'; with the aid of her son, Constantine `The Great', she built the beautiful Church of the Nativity, the Basilica of the Pater Noster on the Mount of Olives, the Anastasia or the Rotunda of the Resurrection, `The Martyrium' or the Witness whichwas a large Basilica near the Rotunda, and numerous other shrines dedicated to the Lord; most of these shrines dedicated to the Lord; most of these shrines were later destroyed, but their ruins still remain; Queen Helen married Constantine Chlorus (162); she was born in 248 and died in 328."
p60: "162W Constantine Chlorus, Emperor of the Roman Empire, (S of 155, F of 177) ...married `Helen of the Cross'; died July 25, 306."
p61: "177W Constantine `The Great', Emperor ofthe Roman Empire, (S of 162, F of 189)...was the son of `Helen of the Cross'."
p62: "Constantine `The Great' and his mother, Helen of the Cross- Two of our `Grandparents' among the first great Christian rulers of the world."
Helen married Emperor Constantine Chlorus ROMAN EMPIRE, son of Eutrepiens and Claudia. (Emperor Constantine Chlorus ROMAN EMPIRE was born about 250 and died on 25 Jul 306.)