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N 357 and other Between 357 and 361 Julian's own #soldiers refusing to serve in the East at Constantius's orders nearly involved Julian in war #refusing to serve in the East at Constantius's orders nearly involved Julian in war Constantius who however died in 361 so that Julian became sole Emperor of the Roman world He began many reforms and proclaimed universal toleration in religion but pressed for the restoration of the older pagan worships In 362–363 he prepared at Constantinople and then at Antioch for his xpedition against Persia ruled by Shapur II He died of a wound received in desperate battleJulian's surviving works lost are his Commentaries on his western campaigns all in Greek are given in the Loeb Classical Library in three volumes Th. Nothing remains but to hope for a New Sun And Another Day. E sun and another day. E Orations 1 5 in Volume I 6 8 in Volume II include two in praise of Constantius one praising Constantius's wife Eusebia and two theosophical hymns in prose or declamations of interest for studies in neo Platonism Mithraism and the cult of the Magna Mater in the Roman world The satirical Caesars and Misopogon Beard hater are also in Volume II The Letters than ighty Volume III include dicts or rescripts mostly about Christians ncyclical or pastoral letters to priests and private letters Lastly in Volume III are the fragments of the work Against #THE GALILAEANS THE CHRISTIANS WRITTEN MAINLY TO SHOW THAT #Galilaeans the Christians written mainly to show that for the idea of Christianity is *Lacking In The Old Testament. *in the Old Testament. ,

If you read only #one chapter in this book read Against the. This volume #chapter in this book read Against the. This volume 1–58 with Dates 59–73 Undated 74–83 Apocryphal Letters Shorter FragmentsEpigramsAgainst the GalilaeansFragmentsIndexJulian Flavius Claudius Iulianus the Apostate Roman Emperor lived 331 or 332 to 363 CE Born and ducated in Constantinople as a Christian after a precarious childhood he devoted himself to literature and philosophy and became a pagan studying in various Greek cities In 355 his cousin Emperor Constantius called him from Athens to the court at Milan ntitled him Caesar and made him governor of Gaul Julian restored Gaul to prosperity and good government after the ravages of the Alamanni he overthrew them at the battle of Strassburg

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Julian Vol 3 Loeb Classical Library No 157