Faustina is the name of several prominent women in history. Two notable women of the Roman Empire, a mother and daughter, both wives of emperors, were named Annia Galeria Faustina, and are normally distinguished as "elder" and "younger":
- Faustina Major, wife of Antoninus Pius
- Faustina Minor, the Elder's daughter, wife of Marcus Aurelius
- Saint Faustina, told by Christ to have 'The Divine mercy' painted, Nun of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy in Poland
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