Theodora (508548)

Theodora, the famous consort of the Roman Emperor Justinian I. (q.v.), who, captivated by her extraordinary charms of wit and person, raised her from a life of shame to share his throne (527), a high office she did not discredit; scandal, busy enough with her early years, has no word to say against her subsequent career as empress; the poor and unfortunate of her own sex were her special care; remained to the last the faithful helpmate of her husband (508548).

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

Theodicy * Theodore
Thebes
Thebes
Theism
Theiss
Themis
Themistocles
Theobald, Lewis
Theocracy
Theocrates
Theodicy
Theodora
Theodore
Theodore
Theodoret
Theodoric
Theodosius I., the Great
Theognis
Theology
Theophrastus
Theosophy
Therapeutæ

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