Julian Originally Flavius Claudius Julianus. Referred To As "Julian the Apostate.” A.D. 331?-363. Emperor of Rome (361-363) whom attemptedto restore the state prominence of paganism.
regarding or produced from Julius Cæsar
In geology, noting several the pelagic Triassic system in European countries and Asia, developing the center an element of the Carinthian phase preceded by the Cordevolian team and followed by the Tuvalian. Inside Mediterranean Triassic province it is represented by the Raibl beds.
Roman Emperor and nephew of Constantine; he restored paganism once the official faith associated with Roman Empire and destroyed Christian temples but their choice had been reversed after their death (331?-363)