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Julian the Apostate

by Gaetano Negri

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Published by Scribner in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Rome
    • Subjects:
    • Julian, Emperor of Rome, 331-363,
    • Church history -- Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600,
    • Emperors -- Rome -- Biography,
    • Rome -- History -- Julian, 361-363

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Gaetano Negri, tr. from the 2d Italian ed. by the Duchess Litta-Visconti-Arese, with an introduction by Professor Pasquale Villari.
      GenreBiography.
      ContributionsLitta-Visconti-Arese, Janie Perry, duchessa, 1865- tr.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDG317 .N4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6966501M
      LC Control Number06007319
      OCLC/WorldCa3209080

      Julian the Apostate to Porphyrius 4 [, after the middle of July. Antioch] The library of George was very large and complete and contained philosophers of every school and many historians, especially, among these, numerous books of all kinds by the Galilaeans. This portrayal of one of antiquity’s most enigmatic figures offers a vivid and compact assessment of the Apostate’s life and reign. Proceeding directly from an evaluation of the ancient sources—the testimony of friends and enemies of Julian as well as the writings of the emperor himself—the author traces Julian’s youth, his years as the commander of the Roman forces in Gaul, and his.

      Julian's life and reign were the subject of the novel The Death of the Gods (Julian the Apostate) () in the trilogy of historical novels entitled "Christ and Antichrist" (–) by the Russian Symbolist poet, novelist and literary theoretician Dmitrii S. Merezhkovskii. Julian has 77 books on Goodreads with ratings. Julian’s most popular book is Against the Galileans.

      Flavius Claudius Julianus, better known to history by the name imposed by his Christian opponents, Julian "the Apostate," was a nephew of the first Christian emperor, Constantine I. Julian is one of the most fascinating figures of late antiquity. More information is available about him from both pagan and Christian sources than about any other emperor. This study of the last pagan Roman emperor provides remarkable insight into the man and his timesThe figure of Julian demands the attention of historians. As the last pagan Roman Emperor, he provides a focus for studying the religious transformations that.


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Mar 13,  · From the Back Cover. This portrayal of one of antiquity's most enigmatic figures offers Julian the Apostate book vivid and compact assessment of the Apostate's life and reign. Proceeding directly from an evaluation of the ancient sources - the testimony of friends and enemies of Julian as well as the writings of the emperor himself - the author traces Julian's youth, Cited by: Jan 01,  · Julian the Apostate.

This portrayal of one of antiquity's most enigmatic figures offers a vivid and compact assessment of the Apostate's life and reign/5. Oct 24,  · Julian the Apostate, nephew of Constantine the Great, was one of the brightest yet briefest lights in the history of the Roman Empire.

A military genius on the level of Julius Caesar and Alexander the Great, a graceful and persuasive essayist, and a philosopher devoted to worshipping the gods of Hellenism, /5(). Julian the Apostate book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

Flavius Claudius Julianus ( - ); known to history as Julian the /5. May 12,  · Abbot Ricciotti s works include The Life Julian the Apostate book Christ, Paul the Apostle, The Acts of the Apostles, The Age of Martyrs, and Julian the Apostate. His books remain unique and noteworthy for their accurate information and clear, attractive style.

He died in Cited by: 3. From CYRILLUS ALEX. Contra Julian., lib. p Julian the Apostate, Roman emperor from tothe most gifted and most bitter of all the ancient assailants of Christianity, endeavored, with the whole combined influence of his station, talent, and example, to restore idolatry throughout the Roman Empire, but in vain.

Julian is a novel by Gore Vidal, a work of historical fiction written primarily in the first person dealing with the life of the Roman emperor Flavius Claudius Julianus, (known to Christians as Julian the Apostate), who reigned – photospace.site: Gore Vidal.

Julian "The Apostate" was a Roman emperor who came after Christianity was officially recognized and promoted in the empire. In his short reign of about 2 years he tried to re-establish paganism. A scholar and philospher as well as a soldier and emperor, he wrote a number of works in defence of his beliefs.4/5.

Persecution Under Julian the Apostate This emperor was the son of Julius Constantius, and the nephew of Constantine the Great. He studied the rudiments of grammar under the inspection of Mardonius, a eunuch, and a heathen of Constantinople.

Julian's life and reign were the subject of the novel The Death of the Gods (Julian the Apostate) () in the trilogy of historical novels entitled "Christ and Antichrist" (–) by the Russian Symbolist poet, novelist and literary theoretician Dmitrii S. photospace.site: orConstantinople.

Sep 25,  · This item: Julian the Apostate (Debates and Documents in Ancient History) by Shaun Tougher Paperback $ Only 10 left in stock - order soon. Diocletian and the Tetrarchy (Debates and Documents in Ancient History) by Roger Rees Paperback $Cited by: 6. Jan 26,  · Julian the Apostate book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This new study of the last pagan Roman emperor provides remarkable ins /5. May 12,  · He also taught Church history at the University of Bari for ten years.

Abbot Ricciotti s works include The Life of Christ, Paul the Apostle, The Acts of the Apostles, The Age of Martyrs, and Julian the Apostate. His books remain unique and noteworthy for their accurate information and clear, attractive style.

He died in /5(4). 1 Julian is criticising St. John's Gospel, as he criticised its prologue in Against the Galilaeans, Book 1. He attacks John 1. 29; cf. John 1.

2 Matthew "And the brother shall deliver up the brother to death, and the father the child; and the children rise up against their parents, and cause them to be put to death." This portrayal of one of antiquity's most enigmatic figures offers a vivid and compact assessment of the Apostate's life and reign.

Proceeding directly from an evaluation of the ancient sources - the testimony of friends and enemies of Julian as well as the writings of the emperor himself - the author traces Julian's youth, his years as the commander of the Roman forces in Gaul, and his 4/5(3).

Free download or read online Julian pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Gore Vidal. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format.

The main characters of this historical, historical fiction story are Julian the Apostate. The book has been awarded with, and many /5. Against the Galileans (Ancient Greek: Κατὰ Γαλιλαίων; Latin: Contra Galilaeos), meaning Christians, was a Greek polemical essay written by the Roman emperor Julian, commonly known as Julian the Apostate, during his short reign (–).Despite having been originally written in Greek, it is better known under its Latin name, probably due to its extensive reference in the.

The Roman emperor, known as Julian "the Apostate," represents but another "glitch" on the panoramic screen of history in the futile efforts to discredit Christianity. The Roman emperor, known as Julian "the Apostate," represents but another "glitch" on the panoramic screen of history in the futile efforts to discredit Christianity.

Julian the Apostate sought to create a kind of 'Church of Paganism' as a viable alternative to the Christian religion in which he was reared, but which he repudiated to take up his ancestral gods and their rites. Thus it is fitting that Julian be treated as a Pagan Church Father.

That is the treatment given him at last by the erudite R. Joseph Hoffmann, whose earlier reconstruction of Porphyry. When the Roman Emperor Julian (Flavius Claudius Julianus) came to power, Christianity was less popular than polytheism, but when Julian, a pagan (in contemporary usage) known as "the Apostate," was killed in battle, it was the end of Roman official acceptance of polytheism.

This portrayal of one of antiquity's most enigmatic figures offers a vivid and compact assessment of the Apostate's life and reign. Proceeding directly from an evaluation of the ancient sources--the testimony of friends and enemies of Julian as well as the writings of the emperor himself--the author traces Julian's youth, his years as the commander of the Roman forces in Gaul, and his 4/5(2).By Julian the Apostate (Flavius Claudius Julianus Augustus, Emperor of Rome A.D.) First published in AD., this is possibly the most censored book in history.

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