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Julian

known as Julian the Apostate; Latin name Flavius Claudius Julianus. 331--363 ad, Roman emperor (361--363), who attempted to revive paganism in the Roman empire while remaining tolerant to Christians and Jews
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108) La expresion de la ultima parte del fragmento, "Utrumque itaque recteplacet, et quod Iulianus, et quod Pomponius", quiere significar que Ulpiano acepta alternativamente el modelo de Juliano y el de Pomponio en relacion con el problema de la resolucion parcial de la compraventa por mutuo disenso, que, como se ha evidenciado, es en definitiva una modificacion del contrato.
Then he mockingly offers Iulianus a chance to die honorably in fair combat, but he cheats and uses Iacinta's body to shield himself so that the blind father unwittingly kills his own daughter before the Moor puts him to the sword.
The Moors bring punishment to all the Christian characters because they have all sinned: Antonio by committing adultery, Margaretta in mistakenly murdering Lazarello, Roderick for lusting after Iacinta, Lothario for acting as his bawd, Iulianus for betraying his country, Iacinta for spurring revenge without a thought for the consequences.
1, cap 23, PL 34,190; Iulianus To]etanus (Julian of Toledo), De comprobatione sextae aetatis, lib.
Notons egalement que sa mort a ete vengee, comme il resulte du texte, par son frere Iulius Valerianus et par ses fils Iulius Iulianus et Iulius Bassus.
L(ucio) I(ulio) L(ucii) f(ilio) Sergia (tribu)/Basso, dec(urioni) mun(icipii) / Drobetae, quaes/tori, interfecto a / latroni(bus), vix(it) an(nis) / XXXX, Iuli(i) Iulianus / et Bassus, patri / piissimo, / et Iul(ius) Valerianus, / frater, mortem / eius exsecutus, / f(aciendum) c(uraverunt).
The sentence `de quo nati sunt Gallus et Iulianus qui imperauit' was added to the basic entry some time after 360, of course, but it is incorrect, for Gallus and Julian were half-brothers by Julius Constantius, half-brother of Constantine, and brother of Dalmatius, pere.