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Alice Louisa Theodora Zimmern (1855—1939) educationist and suffragist

Lady Theodora Guest (1840—1924) author and benefactor

Margaret Theodora Meyer (1862—1924) mathematician

Sheila Theodora Elsie Callender (1914—2004) physician and haematologist




Theodora (c. 500—548) Byzantine empress


Theodora Elizabeth Lynch (1812—1885) poet and novelist

Theodora Ellen Bonwick (1876—1928) educationist and women's rights activist

Theodora FitzGibbon (1916—1991) writer on cookery

Theodora Kroeber (1897—1979)

Theodora Matilda Morton (1872—1949) welfare worker

Theodora of Arta

Theodora of Thessalonike

Theodora Raoulaina (1240)

Theodora the Elder (c. 925)

Theodora Tseliga

Theodora Wilson Wilson (d. 1941)


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Third daughter of Constantine VIII, co-empress (with her sister Zoe) 21 Apr.–12 June 1042, sole empress 1055–56; died Constantinople 31 Aug. 1056. Early in the reign of Romanos III, she ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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