The skull of “holy Helena” the mother of Emperor Constantine, can be adored in the Cathedral of Trier in Germany.
The skull of the “Holy Helena” is placed inside a box, under the bust of the “saint”.
Flavia Julia Elena (Latin: Flavia Iulia Helena; Helenopolis, about 248 – Trier, 329) was august Roman Empire, concubine (or maybe wife) Emperor Constantius and mother of Emperor Constantine I. Catholics venerate as St. Helena Empress.
She is revered as a saint by the Eastern and Oriental Orthodox, the Roman Catholic, and the Anglican as well as commemorated by the Lutheran Church.
The mother of Emperor of Constantine, started the Roman Catholic cult of “holy relics”. She travelled to Jerusalem around 326 A.D, and claimed she found pieces of the cross, used to crucify the Messiah.
The Bishop of Rome was instructed to declare the found items of Helena,
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