Constantina dies at Caeni Gallicani in Bithynia; she is subsequently buried in the mausoleum next to the basilica of Saint Agnes.
Transverse section of the Church of St. Constance, where the coupling of the columns may be seen.
Plan of the Church of St. Constance at Rome, near the Basilica of St. Agnes, commonly called the Temple of Bacchus. The columns are coupled in the direction of the radii of the circle, instead of on the line of the circumference.
Entablature of the Church of St. Constance, commonly called the Temple of Bacchus.
View into the Greek Cross Hall of the Vatican Museum. The sarcophagus of St. Helena is within the niche center right, and the sarcophagus of Constantina is within the niche center left. Perspective from Letarouilly's Vatican.