High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Annia Faustina (165-by
218) was a noblewoman of Anatolian Roman descent and a wealthy
heiress who lived in the Roman Empire. Annia Faustina was the
daughter and only child of the wealthy Roman heiress Ummidia
Cornificia Faustina by an unnamed Roman Senator. The full name of
Annia Faustina is unknown. It appears she was named in honor of her
mother and her late maternal grandmother, the noblewoman Annia
Cornificia Faustina. The maternal grandmother of Annia Faustina was
the sister of the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius and her maternal
grandfather was Gaius Ummidius Quadratus Annianus Verus a Roman
Senator who served as a suffect consul in 146. She was the great
niece of Marcus Aurelius and through her mother, Annia Faustina was
a distant relative of the ruling Nerva-Antonine dynasty of the
Roman Empire. She is not mentioned in any ancient Roman historical
sources. Annia Faustina has been only known through surviving
inscriptions about her and her family found in Anatolia. Annia
Faustina was born and raised in her mother's estate in Pisidia.
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