Julian the Apostate, Constantius II by Ammianus Marcellinus
Julian, the successor of Constantius II, was Rome’s emperor from 361 to 363. He was a devoted and eager scholar before he entered the politics and military of his days. He became Caesar in Gaul in 335, as proclaimed by Constantius. Later on, in 360, because of his successful campaigns, he was made Augustus by his multitude.