- a.d. 508–548, Byzantine empress: consort of Justinian I.
- a female given name: derived from Theodore.
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The feelings of the unfortunate Theodora were such as to beggar description.
Theodora produced it, and I could not resist her just appeal—my royal word had passed.
And such was the sleep of Theodora: she was young and replete with charms, and, alas!
Theodora heeded him not, for she was absorbed in the ideas that crowded upon her mind.
- ?500–548 ad, Byzantine empress; wife and counsellor of Justinian I
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