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Series Editors' Preface                                       viii
Preface                                                        ix
Acknowledgements                                               xi
Abbreviations                                                 xiii
Family Tree                                                   xiv
Maps                                                           xv
Part I Debates
Introduction: The Fascination of Julian                         3
Chapter 1 Family                                               12
Chapter 2 Conversion                                           22
Chapter 3 Gaul                                                 31
Chapter 4 Emperor: Style and Reform                            44
Chapter 5 Religion                                             54
Chapter 6 Persia                                               63
Conclusion: The Elusiveness of Julian                          72
Part II Documents
1 Julian: Panegyric on the Emperor Constantius                77
2 Julian: Panegyric on the Empress Eusebia                    77
3 Julian: On the Deeds of the Emperor Constantius, or
On Kingship                                                 79
4 Julian: Consolation to Himself on the Departure of the
Excellent Salutius                                          79
5 Julian: Letter to Priscus                                   79
6 Julian: Letter to Oribasius                                 80
7 Julian: Letter to the Athenians                             80
8 Julian: Letter to Maximus the Philosopher                   85
9 Julian: Letter to Themistius the Philosopher                85
10 Julian: Letter to the Philosopher Maximus                   86
11 Julian: Letter to Bishop Aetius                          86
12 Julian: Letter to the People ofAlexandria                86
13 Julian: Letter to Ecdicius, Prefect of Egypt             87
14 Julian: Against the Cynic Heraclius                      87
15 Julian: To the Alexandrians, an Edict                    89
16 Julian: Letter to Evagrius                               89
17 Julian: Letter to the Thracians                          90
18 Julian: Letter to the High-priest Theodorus              90
19 Julian: To the Mother of the Gods                        91
20 Julian: Letter to Arsacius, High-priest of Galatia       91
21 Julian: Letter to Atarbius                               92
22 Julian: Rescript on Christian Teachers                    92
23 Julian: Letter to the Citizens ofBostra                   93
24 Julian: Letter to the Alexandrians                        94
25 Julian: The Caesars                                       94
26 Julian: To King Helios                                    96
27 Julian: Letter to a Priest                                97
28 Julian: Misopogon                                         97
29 Inscriptions                                             102
30 Theodosian Code                                          102
31 Sextus Aurelius Victor: De Caesaribus                    108
32 Claudius Mamertinus: Speech of Thanks to Julian          109
33 Libanius: Letter to Julian                               112
34 Libanius: Address to Julian                              112
35 Libanius: To Julian on behalf ofAristophanes             113
36 Libanius: Address to the Emperor Julian as Consul        113
37 Libanius: The Embassy to Julian                          113
38 Libanius: Letter to Aristophanes                         114
39 Libanius: Funeral Oration for Julian                     114
40 Libanius: Upon Avenging Julian                           119
41 Libanius: Autobiography                                  119
42 Salutius: Concerning the Gods and the Universe           120
43 Gregory of Nazianzus: Against Julian 1                   120
44 Gregory of Nazianzus: Against Julian 2                   125
45 Ephrem the Syrian: Hymns against Julian                  128
46 Eutropius: Breviarium                                    131
47 Festus: Breviarium                                       132
48 John Chrysostom: Homily on St Babylas                    133
49 Jerome: Chronicon                                       135
50 Ammianus Marcellinus: Res Gestae                        136
51 Eunapius: History (fragments)                           151
52 Eunapius: Lives of the Sophists                        152
53 Epitome De Caesaribus                                  156
54 Rufinus: Church History                                157
55 Orosius: History against the Pagans                    158
56 Philostorgius: Church History                          159
57 Socrates: Church History                               160
58 Sozomen: Church History                                162
59 Theodoret of Cyrrhus: Church History                   164
60 Zosimus: New History                                   167
61 Malalas: Chronicle                                     170
62 Zonaras: Chronicle                                     171
63 Medallion of Julian as Caesar                          173
64 Coin of Julian as Augustus                             174
65 Julian's Bull Coinage                                  175
66 Statue of Julian                                       176
67 Edward Armitage: Julian the Apostate Presiding at a
Conference of Sectarians                               177
Chronology                                                178
Further Reading                                           180
Essay Questions                                           184
Bibliography                                              187
Websites                                                  195



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Julian, Emperor of Rome, 331-363, Paganism Rome History, Emperors Rome Biography, Rome Religion, Rome History Julian, 361-363