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Si Honoria ay ang nag-iisang anak na babae ng sumunod na naging emperador na si [[Constantius III]] at ni [[Galla Placidia]]. Ang una niya dalawang mga pangalan ay hinango mula sa kaniyang mga tiyahin na may kaugnayan sa kaniyang ina, na sina Justa at Grata, na mga anak na babae ni [[Valentinian I]] at [[Justina (emperatris)|Justina]], at ang pangatlong pangalan niya ay hinango mula sa emperador na namuno noong panahon ng kaniyang kapanganakan, na kaniyang amain (o "tiyuhing kalahati") na si [[Honorius (emperador)|Honorius]].<ref>Stewart Oost, ''Galla Placidia Augusta'', pp. 161f</ref> Nagkaroon siya ng isang mas nakatatandang kapatid sa ina dahil sa unang pagkakakasal ni Placidia kay haring [[Ataulf]] ng mga [[Visigoth]] na si [[Theodosius]], na ipinanganak noong 414 subalit namatay nang maaga noong sumunod na taon.<ref>{{citation | url = http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/TOULOUSE.htm#AtaulfVisigothdied416 | chapter = Profile of Ataulf | title = Medieval Lands | first = Charles | last = Cawley | publisher = FMG | place = AC}}.</ref><ref>{{citation | url = http://www.roman-emperors.org/galla.htm | first = Ralph W | last = Mathisen | title = Galla Placidia | publisher = Roman Emperors}}.</ref> Ang kaniyang mas nakababatang kapatid na lalaking si Valentinian III, ay ang kaniyang kapatid na buo.<ref>Olympiodorus, pragmento bilang 34. Isinalinwika ni C.D. Gordon, ''Age of Attila: Fifth Century Byzantium and the Barbarians'' (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1966), p. 43</ref>
 
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The historical record of most of her life is little more than brief mentions of or allusions to her presence. Oost notes that she accompanied her mother and younger brother as they set sail for [[Constantinople]] in Spring of 423, and that Honoria was with them when they joined the expeditionary force at [[Thessalonia]] in the Summer of 424 that would restore Galla Placidia and Valentinian to power in the West.<ref>Stewart Oost, ''Galla Placidia Augusta'', pp. 177, 183</ref> She was included in mosaics of the Imperial family, now lost, at [[Santa Croce in Gerusalemme]] and in a church dedicated to Saint John the Evangelist in [[Ravenna]].<ref>Stewart Oost, ''Galla Placidia Augusta'', pp. 270, 273</ref> Last is ''Carmen I'' of [[Merobaudes (poet)|Merobaudes]] written ''circa'' 443, although a fragmentary poem it clearly includes her in a description of the family of Vanetinian III.<ref>Frank M. Clover, [http://www.jstor.org/stable/1006125 "Flavius Merobaudes: A Translation and Historical Commentary", ''Transactions of the American Philosophical Society]'', New Series, '''61''', No. 1 (1971), p. 19</ref> These details have led Stewart Oost to observe that Honoria came to feel "that life had condemned her to a dull backwater."<ref>Stewart Oost, ''Galla Placidia Augusta'', pp. 246f</ref>
 
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