Roman emperor Julian.


(332 - 363)

Although the nephew of Constantine the Great and raised a Christian, the emperor Julian publicly converted to paganism in the first year of his emperorship in 361, earning himself the epithet “the Apostate.” He presided over animal sacrifices and barred Christians from some teaching positions. On his deathbed he said, “I die without remorse, as I have lived without guilt.”

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