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Jovian

(c. 332—364)


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(c.332–64),

Roman Emperor from June 363 to Feb. 364. After the death of the Emp. Julian, Jovian was chosen Emperor by the troops and forced to conclude a humiliating peace with Persia. In theological disputes he supported orthodoxy and received St Athanasius.

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500) — Christianity.


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