Helena

Mother of the Roman emperor Constantine the Great.

Helena

(from the article `Adiabene`) ...(247 – 224) in northern Mesopotamia (now Iraq). Its capital was Arba-ilu (Arbela; modern Irbl). In the 1st century its royal family embraced ...
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Helena

(from the article `Chu Yu-lang`) All the members of Chu`s household were Christian converts. During the fighting, the empress dowager, baptized Helena, sent a letter to Pope Innocent ...
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Helena

(from the article `Midsummer Night`s Dream, A`) ...and is about to wed her. Meanwhile, two lovers, Hermia and Lysander, seek refuge in the forest near Athens when Hermia`s father demands that she ...
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Helena

[n] - capital of the state of Montana
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Helena

• (n.) See St. Elmo`s fire, under Saint.
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Helena

[empress] Saint Helena or Saint Helen (Flavia Iulia Helena Augusta; {c.|250} – {c.|330}) was the consort of the Roman emperor Constantius Chlorus and the mother of the emperor Constantine the Great, an important figure in the history of Christianity. She is traditionally credited with a pilgrimage to Syria Palaestina, during which she dis...
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Helena

[given name] Helena is the Latin form of Helen. People with this name include: ==Fictional characters== ...
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Helena

[niece of Justin II] Helena was a niece of Byzantine Empress Sophia. She is known only because Georgios Kedrenos mentions a statue of her in the Milion, alongside statues of Sophia and Arabia, respectively the wife and daughter of Justin II. ==Sources== ...
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Helena

[So Long & Goodnight] In the APG III system of classification (the standard agreed by WikiProject Plants), Hyacinthaceae has been included in Asparagaceae. ...
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Helena

[wife of Julian] Helena (died 360) was the wife of Julian, Roman Emperor in 360–363. She was briefly his Empress consort when Julian was proclaimed Augustus by his troops in 360. She died prior to the resolution of his conflict with Constantius II. ==Family== Helena was a daughter of Constantine I and Fausta. She was sister to Constantine...
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Helena

Hel'e·na noun [ Latin : confer Spanish helena .] See St. Elmo's fire , under Saint .
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Helena

city and capital of Montana, U.S., seat (1867) of Lewis and Clark county. The city is situated near the Missouri River, at the eastern foot of the ... [2 related articles]
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Helena

city, seat (1830) of Phillips county, eastern Arkansas, U.S., port of the Mississippi River, about 50 miles (80 km) southwest of Memphis, Tennessee, ...
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Helena

Helena is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Helena

Helena is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `sunray, shining light` The name Helena is most commonly given to Flemish girls. Helena is at number 37 in the top 50 of Flemish girls (average of 10 years data) If it's too long you might use: Lena, Lene What do they use in other countries? Elan Leni (German) Laine Lain Ilja Lean (Irish) Nell (Engli...
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Helena

Helena is a woman in love with Demetrius in
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Helena

Helena is the name of several saints, of whom the chief was the mother of the Emperor Constantine the Great, a woman of humble origin, and a native either of Bithynia or of Britain. She became the wife of Constantius Chlorus, who, however, was compelled to repudiate her when made Cassar by Diocletian in 292 AD. At the same time he made her son his ...
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Helena

The USS Helena was an American Brooklyn Class light cruiser of 10000 tons displacement launched in 1938 in response to the Japanese Mogami Class vessels. The USS Helena was powered by eight Babcock and Wilcox Express type oil-burning boilers providing a top speed of 32.5 knots and a range of 23200 km at 15 knots. She carried a complement of 868; fo...
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