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“He quotes both passages: in one Julianus is represented as a miser, in the other as a voluptuary.”
“Another Julian there was, but he was no saint but a cursed man, and was called Julianus Apostata.”
“Septimius Severus outwits and kills the other three (starting with Didius Julianus), and settles down to rule Rome.”
“After Pertinax is murdered, the Prætorian Guards auction the empire to the highest bidder, one Didius Julianus.”
“But his administration lacked the funds to keep the praetorian guard in the style to which they had become accustomed under Commodus.14 In a domino effect Pertinax was brutally usurped by a former consul named Didius Julianus in March 193.”
“He focuses on the murders of Commodus (the first emperor to be born the natural heir to a reigning father) and then of his chaotic successors, Pertinax (whose father was a freed slave) and Julianus (who bought the office at auction).”
“As Julianus settled into his first month in office, the discontent in Rome was widespread and was being violently directed at the guards, and briefly, a great majority of Rome's citizens rightly perceived that their political leadership and their government was completely and totally corrupt, and that this was due to militarism and the supra-legal nature of the Office of Emperor.”
“Northerns call it, an "epic" poem; although a sketch for the Julianus”
“All friends of Julianus are persecuted (Orebasius, Sallustius, Pegasius etc.), the philosopher Simonides is burned alive and the philosopher Maximus is decapitated.”
“Our modern day "Didius" has fared better than Julianus, who didn't live out the year.”
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