2 edition of Constantius the Apostate found in the catalog.
Constantius the Apostate
by Printed for Walter Kettilby (at the Bishop"s Head in St. Paul"s Church-yard in London)
Written in English
|Statement||[By John Bennet].|
|Contributions||Johnson, Samuel, 1649-1703.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[xxvii], 65,  p.|
|Number of Pages||65|
Bowersock, Julian the Apostate, p. Paschoud, “Trois livres récents” hailed the book soon after its publication as a successful exposition of the modern image of Julian. John Matthews (“The New Traditionalist”), on the other hand, was quick to point out conceptual shortcomings. Constantius enjoined Julian with the task of restoring order along the Rhine frontier. A few days after he was made Caesar, Julian was married to Constantius' sister Helena in order to cement the alliance between the two men.
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 the Apostate, Oration 1: Panegyric in honour of Constantius () Works vol. 1, pp [Translated by Wilmer Cave Wright] Julian's training in rhetoric left its mark on all his writings, but technically speaking his work as a Sophist is comprised in the three panegyrics (Orations ) and the prose "Hymns" (Orations ).
The reign of Constantius II has been overshadowed by that of his titanic father, Constantine the Great, and his cousin and successor, the pagan Julian. However, as Peter Crawford shows, Constantius deserves to be remembered as a very capable ruler in dangerous, tumultuous times. When Brand: Pen and Sword. AGAINST THE GALILAEANS [Translated by Wilmer Cave W RIGHT, P H. D.]. Book I. It is, I think, expedient to set forth to all mankind the reasons by which I was convinced that the fabrication of the Galilaeans is a fiction of men composed by wickedness.
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Constantius II is a particularly difficult figure to judge properly due to the hostility of most sources toward him. Jones writes that Constantius "appears in the pages of Ammianus as a conscientious emperor but a vain and stupid man, an easy prey to flatterers.
He was timid and suspicious, and interested persons could easily play on Father: Constantine I. Constantius the Apostate: being a short account of his life and the sense of the primitive Christians about his succession and their behaviour toward him: wherein is shown the unlawfulness of excluding the next heir upon the account of religion, and the necessity of passive obedience, as well to the unlawfull oppressour, as the legal.
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Last Pagan: Julian the Apostate and the Death of the Ancient World at capitolchamberartists.com Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5(24). A review of the book Apostate by Kevin Swanson I have never struggled so much with my thoughts on a book like I did with Kevin Swanson’s Apostate.
When I saw that the book was coming out I was very excited, it was the kind of book I love to read/5. Upon the death of Helena, Julian's wife and Constantius's sister, and in the face of Constantius's ever-increasing manic paranoia, Julian undertakes a short rebellion against Constantius, which ends bloodlessly, with Constantius's natural death during the journey to confront Julian, and Julian's accession to the title of Augustus.
Julian, rarely Julian II (Latin: Flavius Claudius Julianus Augustus, Greek: Φλάβιος Κλαύδιος Ἰουλιανὸς Αὔγουστος; / – 26 June ), was Roman Emperor from toas well as a notable philosopher and author in Greek. His rejection of Christianity, and his promotion of Neoplatonic Hellenism in its place, caused him to be remembered as Julian the Father: Julius Constantius.
Constantius I (Latin: Marcus Flavius Valerius Constantius Herculius Augustus; 31 March c. – 25 July ), posthumously known after the sixth century as Constantius Chlorus (Greek: Κωνστάντιος Χλωρός, Kōnstantios Khlōrós, literally "Constantius the Green"), was a Roman Emperor.
He ruled as Caesar from to and as Augustus from to Dynasty: Constantinian. Most books give you an idea of this when they say, "Emperor So-And-So ordered the deaths of people." This book explains Imperial power in a new way. When Constantius wrote condemning letters about Athanasius, you can sense the man's panic as he tried to explain his way back into the Emperor's good graces.
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The remaining Christians search for an explanation/5(). The remarkable bestseller about the fourth-century Roman emperor who famously tried to halt the spread of Christianity, Julian is widely regarded as one of Gore Vidal’s finest historical novels.
Julian the Apostate, nephew of Constantine the Great, was one of the brightest yet briefest lights in the history of the Roman Empire/5. As the high-ranking Bishop of Alexandria from toAthanasius came into conflict with no fewer than four Roman emperors--Constantine himself, his son Constantius, Julian the Apostate, and the "Arian" Valens.
In this new reconstruction of Athanasius's career, Timothy D. Barnes analyzes the nature and extent of the Bishop's power, especially as it intersected with the policies of these. 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. May 10, · I recently found this interesting. Julian the Apostate (the last non-Christian Roman Emperor) presided over the Christian burial of his predecessor Constantius: On December 11,Julian entered Constantinople as sole emperor and, despite his rejection of Christianity, his first political act was to preside over Constantius’ Christian burial, escorting the body to the Church.
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As the high-ranking Bishop of Alexandria from toAthanasius came into conflict with no fewer than four Roman emperors—Constantine himself, his son Constantius, Julian the. Feb 13, · Flavius Claudius Julianus was the last pagan to sit on the Roman imperial throne ().
Born in Constantinople in orJulian was raised as a Christian, but apostatized, and during his short reign tried to revive paganism, which, after the conversion to Christianity of his uncle Constantine the Great early in the fourth century, began losing ground at an accelerating capitolchamberartists.coms: 1.
The digital Loeb Classical Library extends the founding mission of James Loeb with an interconnected, fully searchable, perpetually growing virtual library of all that is important in Greek and Latin literature. Read more about the site’s features» Julian (Flavius Claudius Iulianus) “the Apostate,” Roman Emperor, lived or to CE.
Born and educated in Constantinople as a. Julian The Apostate. The Roman Emperor Flavius Claudius Julianus, known as Julian, was the last “pagan” emperor of the Roman empire. The emperor Julian attempted to restore Rome’s greatness, by restoring traditional Roman values and religions.(FLAVIUS CLAUDIUS JULIANUS).
Roman emperorborn at Constantinople indied 26 June,son of Julius Constantius, the half-brother of Constantine the capitolchamberartists.com his stepbrother Gallus, who was some years older, he escaped the massacre of his kinsfolk at Constantinople after the death of Constantine the Great, and was brought up by the eunuch Mardonius and the philosopher Nicocles.Julian the Apostate.
From the Catholic Encyclopedia (FLAVIUS CLAUDIUS JULIANUS). Roman emperorb. at Constantinople ind. 26 June,son of Julius Constantius, the half-brother of Constantine the Great.