In the fifth century the relics of the saint were transferred to [[Constantinople]], where a church was built and dedicated to her. This was the church where St. [[Andrew the Fool-for-Christ]] was brought to be cured from his ''foolishness'', there St. Anastasia appeared to him in a dream and encouraged him to continue his ascetic feat.
Later her head and one of her hands were transferred to the [[Monastery of St. Anastasia the
Pharmakolitria, Chalkidiki]] of Greece.
== Hymns ==