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Julian also known as Julian the Apostate, was Roman Emperor from 361 to 363, as well as a notable philosopher and author in Greek. A member of the ...

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Julian, byname Julian the Apostate, Latin Julianus Apostata, original name Flavius Claudius Julianus, (born ad 331/332, Constantinople—died June 26/27, 363, ...

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The suspicious Emperor Constantius sent Julian later to the castle of Macellum in Cappadocia. Julian received a Christian training, but the recollection of the ...

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331 – 26 June 363) was a Hellenistic philosopher, military leader, Roman emperor, and satirist, often referred to as Julian the Apostate because of his rejection ...

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Jun 14, 2018 ... Flavius Claudius Iulianus, also known as Julian the Apostate, was the last pagan Roman Emperor. Reign, November 3, 361 - June 26, 363.

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Nov 23, 2018 ... Julian the Apostate. Names: May 331: Flavius Julianus; 6 November 355: Flavius Julianus Caesar; February 360: Flavius Claudius Julianus ...

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According to some historians, the influence of that Roman ruler, known as Julian “the Apostate” (A.D. 361-363), was a critical point in the history of the Christian ...

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Julian the Apostate was the Roman emperor from 361 to 363. During his reign he attempted to revert the Roman empire from Christianity back to paganism, thus ...

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The recognition of Christianity as the religion of the state by Constantine the Great, uncle of Julian, about the year 312 had resulted in an increase of persecution ...