Flavius Claudius Iulianus
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- Flavius Claudius Julianus (331/332–26 June 363), known to Christians as Julian the Apostate, was a Roman emperor who ruled from 361 to 363.
The skin of Julian nailed to a gate, from a The Fall of Princes by Giovanni Boccaccio manuscript
Julian column, in Ankara