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Julius,

in the New Testament, centurion in whose charge Paul was sent to Rome.
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Iulius Aquila, Didius Gallus' successor in the military operations, was awarded insignia praetoria.
Iulius Vehilius, praefectus classis Ponticae under Marcus Aurelius, went on to a procuratorship of Lusitania and Vettonia after repelling the Mauri from Spain, just as the Sinopean ignotus (Gavius?
107) Bithynian auxilia under the procurator Iulius Aquila participated in the bellum Bosporanum of 44-49 and occasional auxilia (apparently Bithynian) at the Bosporan capital of Panticapaeum are on record, although their purpose is unclear.
Iulius Paulinus etait centurion de cette unite le 1er aout 208.
The deus in question is unlikely to be divus Iulius as he is not even avus of the Caesars in the proem.
Iulius Demosthenes endowed at Oenoanda under Hadrian in AD 124 (SEG 38.
Iulius Pulcher Potamonianos (a suitable name, under the circumstances), made a 'gift of an aqueduct' (udato~ dwrea) to a community of people called 'Latorenoi' outside Ephesos that is probably to be associated with the village of Latoreia.
Iulius Agrippa, descended from the tetrarchs, with having had 'several miles' of an aqueduct built (ikana; meilia); it is noteworthy that he did not construct its entire course.
Rem signo demonstrat, libertatem reddere bellicosiores homines: quod confirmat Iulius Caesar de Germanis loquens .
5 Goritz's gardening is celebrated by Hieronymus Vida in Carmen: Genius Falconis Villae: "Traianique foro, et Tarpeiae proximus arci, / Excipit et vates, et egregios heroas, / Quos mensis epulisque omnes dignatur opimis, / Auricomas inter citros, quas ordine sevit / Ipse labore suo, putealique irrigat unda, / Praecipue cum Sol referens Annalia vertit, / Et fervet rediens insano Iulius aestu.