This article is about a historical Byzantine Empress-Consort. For the sister of Krispos, see Evdokia.

Historical Figure
Nationality: Byzantine Empire
Date of Birth: 7th century
Date of Death: Unknown
Spouse: Justinian II
Children: Unnamed daughter
Political Office(s): Byzantine Empress Consort
Fictional Appearances:
Set in OTL
Type of Appearance: Direct
Cause of Death: Natural causes - child birth

Eudokia, daughter of Philaretos, count of the walls, was Justinian II's first wife. She died in childbirth. Heartbroken, Justinian couldn't bear to do anything with their daughter, Epiphaneia; nor could he have sexual relations with other women for some time after Eudokia's death.

Literary comment[]

Little of Eudokia is recorded, including her death. It may be that Eudokia predeceased Justinian, or that she divorced him. Her death in child-birth is a literary invention.

Royal offices
Preceded by
Byzantine Empress consort
c. 685–695
Succeeded by
Theodora of Khazaria