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PERCY LAVON JULIAN
JULIAN BARRATT
JULIAN CRANE
JULIAN PROLEPTIC CALENDAR
MIE JULIAN
JULIAN GENS
SOLE EMPEROR
IVAN JULIAN
NORWICH
GREGORIAN CALENDARS
GREGORIAN CALENDAR
JULIAN PRIESTER
PROCOPIUS
JULIAN SCHNABEL
ACADEMIE JULIAN
JULIAN COPE
JULIAN EPOCH
REVISED JULIAN CALENDAR
JULIAN ALPS
JULIAN DAY
JULIAN DAY NUMBER
SIMPLE
ENGAGEMENT
CIVIL WAR
CONVERSATION
HERCULES
WIFE
ORDER
SHAPUR
MESOPOTAMIA
LISTENERS
TRIBUNE
SENATE
NEPHEW
REFORMS
SOLDIERS
BATTLE
DAUGHTERS
SONS
ALEXANDRIA
EPHESUS
ASIA MINOR
COMMON NAME
DATES
MILAN
THEODOSIUS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Julian was a great leader and the army in Gaul refused to give him up. (Web site)
  2. Julian is the son of John Lennon and his first wife Cynthia.
  3. Julian was a nephew of Constantine who had miraculously escaped the murderous intrigues that took the life of most of the rest of his family in 337.
  4. Julian is the son of Alistair and Katherine Crane.
  5. Julian is a charming British guy and he has his own theory of a lovely, timeless universe.

Percy Lavon Julian

  1. Percy Lavon Julian was born in Montgomery, Alabama, on April 11, 1899; his father was a railway mail clerk, and his grandfather had been a slave. (Web site)

Julian Barratt

  1. Julian Barratt writes the music and sings the psychedelic theme song, and Noel Fielding often sings the series' music.

Julian Crane

  1. Fancy (Emily Harper) prepares to be escorted down the aisle by her father, Julian Crane (Ben Masters), at her unsuccessful August 2, 2007 wedding to Luis.

Julian Proleptic Calendar

  1. The Julian proleptic calendar is formed by applying the rules of the Julian calendar to times before Caesar's reform.
  2. In the Julian proleptic calendar, year X BC is a leap year, if X-1 is divisible by 4.

Mie Julian

  1. He studied at the Ecoles des Arts D?coratifs in Limoges and Paris but transferred in 1886 to the Acad?mie Julian. (Web site)

Julian Gens

  1. Although he was born into the Julian gens, one of the oldest patrician families in Rome, Caesar was always a member of the democratic or popular party. (Web site)

Sole Emperor

  1. Julian and Jovian (361–364) Julian would serve as the sole Emperor for two years. (Web site)
  2. As sole emperor (361-3), Julian succumbed, as many Roman leaders before him (e.g. (Web site)
  3. Julian thereupon entered Constantinople the following month as sole emperor. (Web site)

Ivan Julian

  1. Ivan Julian, born June 26, 1955, is a guitarist and bassist who has performed with the Isley Brothers, Matthew Sweet, and Shriekback. (Web site)

Norwich

  1. The Anchoress known as Julian of Norwich was born in late 1342, and may have lived well into the fifteenth century, dying around 1412. (Web site)

Gregorian Calendars

  1. February is the second month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars. (Web site)

Gregorian Calendar

  1. The 'error' of the Julian or Gregorian calendar is always relative to a moving equinox. (Web site)
  2. Because of his decree, the reform of the Julian calendar came to be known as the Gregorian calendar. (Web site)
  3. Thus, the battle of Beachy Head was fought on 10 July (Gregorian calendar) or 30 June (Julian calendar). (Web site)

Julian Priester

  1. On his album were players that would become well known in the business: Nat Adderley, Julian Priester, Johnny Griffin and Tommy Flanagan. (Web site)

Procopius

  1. On his mother's side, Procopius was cousin of Emperor Julian. (Web site)
  2. Procopius and the Armenians would march down the Tigris to meet Julian near Ctesiphon. (Web site)

Julian Schnabel

  1. Julian Schnabel won best director that year at the Cannes Film Festival.

Academie Julian

  1. He enrolled in both the Faculty of Law and the Academie Julian in Paris, where he met a group of young painters who came under the influence of Paul Gauguin.

Julian Cope

  1. Good Scottish Pop - Bill Drummond He once told lead singer, Julian Cope, to commit suicide in order to boost record sales.

Julian Epoch

  1. The currently used standard epoch is J2000.0, which is January 1, 2000 at 12:00 TT. The prefix "J" indicates that it is a Julian epoch. (Web site)
  2. A Julian epoch is an epoch that is based on Julian years of exactly 365.25 days. (Web site)
  3. Julian epoch, the epoch of the commencement of the Julian calendar, or 46 b. (Web site)

Revised Julian Calendar

  1. Orthodox Churches no longer using the Julian calendar typically use the Revised Julian calendar rather than the Gregorian calendar. (Web site)
  2. For those churches which follow the Revised Julian Calendar the dates below correspond exactly to the dates on the Gregorian Calendar. (Web site)

Julian Alps

  1. In the same year, 488, Theodoric led the Ostrogoths across the Julian Alps and into Italy. (Web site)
  2. For twenty years and more the blood of Romans has been shed daily between Constantinople and the Julian Alps. (Web site)

Julian Day

  1. Apart from the choice of the zero point and name, this Julian day and Julian date are not related to the Julian calendar.
  2. The Julian day is sometimes referred to as the Geocentric Julian Day (GJD) in order to distinguish it from HJD. (Web site)
  3. A simple example is the calculation of the Julian day. (Web site)

Julian Day Number

  1. The Julian period (and the Julian day number) must not be confused with the Julian calendar.
  2. The Julian Date is the Julian day number followed by the fraction of the day elapsed since the preceding noon.
  3. Julian day number is a count of days elapsed since Greenwich mean noon on 1 January 4713 B.C., Julian proleptic calendar.

Simple

  1. Even "Constantine the Great" is reasonably listed as Constantine I. "Julian the Apostate" is bias, plain and simple.
  2. A simple example is in the renormalizable version of an early electroweak model due to Julian Schwinger. (Web site)
  3. It would be easy to say that Ivan Julian was inspired the day he saw Jimi Hendrix play but his story is not that simple.

Engagement

  1. In January 1994 she married Australian actor Julian McMahon, after announcing their engagement in late 1993.

Civil War

  1. In 361, after further episodes of civil war, Julian became emperor.

Conversation

  1. Also mentioned in Enid Blyton's Five Go To Demon's Rocks (1961), in a conversation between "Julian" and "Anne" about an earthquake destroying a lighthouse.
  2. Dave Brubeck The master pianist and composer is in conversation with Julian Joseph. (Web site)
  3. Portrait of Enno Poppe conducted by Franck Ollu and presented by Julian Anderson, in conversation with the composer.

Hercules

  1. In exchange for lands in southern Iberia, Julian promised ships to carry Ibn Nusayr's troops across the Strait of Hercules (Strait of Gibraltar).

Wife

  1. Her paternal aunts included Constantina, wife of first Hannibalianus and secondly Constantius Gallus, and Helena, wife of Julian the Apostate. (Web site)
  2. Jeff Julian put his arm around his wife while their son, Trenton, crawled around them.
  3. The experimental company is founded by Julian Beck (1925-1985) and his wife, Judith Malina (b. (Web site)

Order

  1. Conscious of all the facts about the massacre of many members of his family who had been slain by the order of Constantius, Julian feared death constantly. (Web site)
  2. Although Julian at first attempted to expedite the order, it provoked an insurrection by troops of the Petulantes, who had no desire to leave Gaul. (Web site)
  3. The Order of Julian of Norwich is a religious order of monks and nuns following the practices of Christian monasticism.

Shapur

  1. Julian eventually resumed the war against Shapur II of Persia.

Mesopotamia

  1. In the territory of Edessa in Mesopotamia, the hermit St. Julian, surnamed Sabas.

Listeners

  1. And he told his listeners the story of Julian the Apostate.

Tribune

  1. In 357 he was tribune of cavalry under Julian, Constantius II's Caesar in the west. (Web site)

Senate

  1. It has been suggested in recent times that the Senate may have pushed for the marriage to end the feud between the Julian and Claudian branches. (Web site)

Nephew

  1. The last member of his dynasty was his nephew and son-in-law, Julian, who attempted to restore paganism. (Web site)

Reforms

  1. Caesar, in his role as Pontifex Maximus, reforms the Roman calendar to create the Julian calendar. (Web site)

Soldiers

  1. In 360 he was acclaimed Augustus by his soldiers, sparking a civil war between Julian and Constantius. (Web site)
  2. In this letter, Julian stated that the soldiers proclaimed him Augustus against his will. (Web site)
  3. The soldiers remembered this, and when Julian became sole Augustus, they demanded Ursulus' head. (Web site)

Battle

  1. Battle of Ctesiphon, in which Julian defeats Shapur II, but Julian is killed in the battle.
  2. Julian was killed in 363 in the battle of Samarra against the Persian Empire and was replaced by Jovian, who ruled only until 364.
  3. Still in 357, Julian followed up the battle by an incursion into Alamanni territory beyond the Rhine. (Web site)

Daughters

  1. He also had two daughters, Constantina and Helena, wife of Julian the Apostate.
  2. Dafrosa, the wife of Flavianus, and his two daughters, Demetria and Bibiana, were also persecuted by Julian. (Web site)
  3. He also had two daughters, Constantina and Helena, wife of Emperor Julian.

Sons

  1. Lennon had two sons: Julian, with his first wife Cynthia Lennon, and Sean, with his second wife, avant-garde artist Yoko Ono.
  2. Lennon had two sons: Julian Lennon, with his first wife Cynthia Lennon, and Sean Ono Lennon, with his second wife, avant-garde artist Yoko Ono.

Alexandria

  1. Basilides of Alexandria, Mani of Persia, and Julian the Emperor said that Jesus had gone to India after His crucifixion. (Web site)
  2. In the same year, after Julian had completed his tenth year, Demetrius received the charge of the parishes at Alexandria. (Web site)

Ephesus

  1. Chrysanthius was a friend and colleague of Maximus of Ephesus and taught Emperor Julian. (Web site)

Asia Minor

  1. According to the Epistles of Julian the Apostate, Valentinian collegia existed in Asia Minor up to his own times (d. (Web site)

Common Name

  1. For this subject, "Julian the Apostate" is a much more common name than "Flavius Claudius Iulianus".

Dates

  1. Within IDL, dates and times are typically stored as Julian dates.
  2. Because each Julian date is simply a number, IDL's numerical routines can be applied to Julian dates just as for any other type of number.
  3. This program helps you find Julian dates as displayed on a regular Gregorian calendar. (Web site)

Milan

  1. Brought before Julian, whom he begged for mercy, Chnodomar was sent on to the court of Constantius at Milan. (Web site)

Theodosius

  1. As a reaction to the emperor Julian 's pro-Jewish stance, Theodosius forbade the Sanhedrin to assemble and declared ordination illegal.
  2. In 379 Gratian took up positions in the Julian Alps while Theodosius launched an attack on the Goths in Pannonia from Thessalonika. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Satellites > Moons > Moon > Calendar
  2. Information > Reference > Titles > Emperor
  3. Government > Empires > Emperors > Augustus
  4. Reference > Titles > Emperor > Caesar
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