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|Annia Faustina|




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Faustina (Annia), daughter of Claudius Severus and Vibia Aurelia Sabina (daughter of Marcus Aurelius and of the younger Faustina), was the third wife of Elagabalus, who as a preliminary to his marriage with her, caused her husband to be put to death, and then the wretch forbade her to weep for him. These new nuptials took place in the year of Rome 974 (A.D. 221). Like the preceding ones, this worse than mockery of a marital union was dissolved at the expiration of a very short space of time. She was repudiated to give place to others.
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