The surviving works of the Roman Emperor Julian the Apostate (331 or 332 363 CE) include eight "Orations"; "Misopogon" (Beard-hater), assailing the morals of the people of Antioch; more than eighty "Letters"; and fragments of "Against the Galileans," written mainly to show that the Old Testament lacks evidence for the idea of Christianity.

Julian V3 1923, Harvard University Press, Cambridge

ISBN-13: 9780674991736

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