Eudocia (394400)

Eudocia, the ill-fated daughter of an Athenian Sophist, wife of Theodosius II., embraced Christianity, her name Athenais previously; was banished by her husband on an ill-founded charge of infidelity, and spent the closing years of her life in Jerusalem, where she became a convert to the views of Eutyches (q.v.) (394400).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Eudæmonism * Eudoxus of Cnidus
Être Suprême
Etruria
Ettmüller, Ernst Moritz Ludwig
Ettrick
Ettrick Shepherd
Etty, William
Eubœa
Euclid of Alexandria
Euclid of Megara
Eudæmonism
Eudocia
Eudoxus of Cnidus
Eugene, François, Prince of Savoy
Eugénie, ex-Empress of the French
Eugenius
Eugenius IV.
Eugubine Tables
Euhemerism
Eulenspiegel
Euler, Leonhard
Eumenides

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Eudocia in Chalmer’s 1812 Dictionary of Biography