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Anthousa

(1968)


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(᾽Ανθου̑σα, lit. “flourishing”), the name or epithet given by Constantine I the Great to Constantinople—New Rome. John Lydos uses the epithet as a translation of Roman Flora, but E. Fenster (Laudes Constantinopolitanae [Munich 1968] 93, n.5) questions his explanation.

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