Julianus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Flavius Claudius Julianus) - Roman emperor, 361-363 A.D.
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+ Caesar , Julian
younger, jointly for 24 years Julianus for 2 years - cons
 To princeps Julian, of proven good fortune against
mere nonsense." "But, Caesar, can there be anyone so
- uncle of the emperor Julianus; appointed to be Count of the Orient
do, and my uncle [ Count Julianus ] and my brother and
- a Jewish rebel, killed by the Romans in 117 A.D.
he had killed two Jews, Julianus and Pappus, at Laodicea;
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