27 June 363, died the Roman Emperor Julian

On June 27th, 363, died the Roman Emperor Julian, a sucker of the Illyrian dynasty Flav. He was born in Constantinople in 332. He is known as one of the most eminent emperors of Roman history, nicknamed “philosopher emperor,” a flamboyant defender of classical culture and beliefs, one of the most talented personalities in literature and art, during all the years.

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