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.
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.
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