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Antonius Julianus°


ANTONIUS JULIANUS ° (late first century c.e.), author of a book on the Jews mentioned only by the third century Christian Minucius Felix (Octavius, 33:4). Antonius is generally assumed to be identical with the procurator of Judea in 70 c.e. of the same name, who took an active part in the Council of War convened by Titus to debate the fate of the Temple (Jos., War, 6:238).


Schuerer, Gesch, 1 (19044), 58; E. Norden, in: Neue Jahrbuecher fuer das klassische Altertum, 31 (1913), 664 ff.; a.m.a. Hospers-Jansen, Tacitus over de Joden (1949), 172 ff.; E. Paratore, Tacito (It., 19622), 664 ff.

[Menahem Stern]

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