The Arguments of the Emperor Julian Against the Christians: To Which Are Added Extracts from Other Works of Julian Relative to Christians by Thomas Taylor, Paperback | Barnes & Noble
The Arguments of the Emperor Julian Against the Christians: To Which Are Added Extracts from Other Works of Julian Relative to Christians

The Arguments of the Emperor Julian Against the Christians: To Which Are Added Extracts from Other Works of Julian Relative to Christians

by Thomas Taylor
     
 

The Emperor Julian, frequently known as "the Apostate, became emperor upon the death of Constantius in 361. His reign was marked by his attempted restoration of Hellenism and his declaration that the worship of the ancient gods in its traditional form was the privileged religion.

'Against the Christians' is the work with which Julian was busy in the last

Overview

The Emperor Julian, frequently known as "the Apostate, became emperor upon the death of Constantius in 361. His reign was marked by his attempted restoration of Hellenism and his declaration that the worship of the ancient gods in its traditional form was the privileged religion.

'Against the Christians' is the work with which Julian was busy in the last months of his life and is, unfortunately, only partially available. What Taylor has translated here is what we have available in Cyril of Alexandria's ten books against Julian.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781556351648
Publisher:
Wipf & Stock Publishers
Publication date:
01/28/2007
Pages:
119
Product dimensions:
5.04(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.30(d)

Meet the Author

Thomas Taylor (1758-1835) was a prolific classicist and one of the first modern neo-Platonists.

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