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Saint Helena
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Vatican, Rome. Saint Helena's Egyptian Red Porphyry sarcophagus was originally to be that of the Emperor Constantine, but after his move to Constantipole it and his mausoleum were left to his mother, Helena. The sides celebrate the military victories one would expect of an emperor, with bound or dead enemies beneath triumphant horsemen.
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