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  1. Early life. Julian, whose full name was Flavius Claudius Julianus, was born at Constantinople, probably in 331, into the family of the reigning emperor, Constantine I. His father was Julius Constantius, Constantine's younger half-brother, and his mother was a Bithynian noble named Basilina, daughter of a high-ranking bureaucrat, Julianus, who had served as praetorian prefect and head of ...

  2. Julian, byname Julian the Apostate, Latin Julianus Apostata, original name Flavius Claudius Julianus, (born ad 331/332, Constantinople—died June 26/27, 363, Ctesiphon, Mesopotamia), Roman emperor from ad 361 to 363, nephew of Constantine the Great, and noted scholar and military leader who was proclaimed emperor by his troops. A persistent enemy of Christianity, he publicly announced his ...

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Third_TempleThird Temple - Wikipedia

    There was an aborted project under Roman emperor Julian (361–363 CE) to rebuild the Temple. Julian is traditionally called Julian the Apostate due to his policy of reversing Emperor Constantine's Christianization campaign by restoring traditional religious practices and holy places across the Empire.

  4. Julian Ashton - Australian Painter Amico Aspertini - Italian Painter Tiziano Aspetti - Italian Sculptor Steven Assael - American Painter Jan Asselyn - Dutch Painter Gioacchino Assereto - Italian Painter Federico Assler - Chilean Sculptor Balthasar van der Ast - Dutch Painter Asteas - Italian Vase Painter Zacharie Astruc - French Nikolai Astrup ...

  5. The Julian calendar, ... the extra day of 31-day months was named Sebaste —the emperor's day—and was the first day of these months. The leap day was a second ...

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Year_zeroYear zero - Wikipedia

    In common usage anno Domini 1 is preceded by the year 1 BC, without an intervening year zero. Neither the choice of calendar system (whether Julian or Gregorian) nor the name of the era (Anno Domini or Common Era) determines whether a year zero will be used. If writers do not use the convention of their group (historians or astronomers), they ...

  7. When is a Roman emperor not an emperor? Read more. Online series The ethics of today’s world, profiles of the great thinkers and unique, original essays, exclusive ...

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