Some Bibliography on Constantine II, Constantius II, Constans (little) and Julian (more)

Alonso-Núñez, J.M. The Emperor Julian's Misopogon and the Conflict between Christianity and Paganism. AncSoc 10 (1979) 311-324. [51-02342

Athanassiadi, P. A Contribution to Mithraic Theology. The Emperor Julian's Hymn to King Helios. JThS 28 (1977) 360-371. [48-02402

Athanassiadi-Fowden P. Julian and Hellenism. An Intellectual Biography. Oxford: Clarendon Pr., 1981. DG317 .A84 1981

Austin, N.J.E. Julian at Ctesiphon. A Fresh Look at Ammianus' Account. Athenaeum 50 (1972) 301-309. [43-00123

Banchich, Thomas. Julian's School Laws: Cod. Theod. 13.5.5 and Ep. 42. AncW 24 (1993) 5-14. [64-13167

Barlow, Jonathan. Kinship, Identity and Fourth-Century Franks. Historia 45 (1996) 223-239.

Barnard, L. W. The Emperor Constans and the Christian Church. RSA 11 (1981) 205-214. [53-10330

Barnes, T. D. Imperial Chronology A.D. 337-350. Phoenix 34 (1980) 160-166

Barnes, T.D. Christians and Pagans in the Reign of Constantius, in L'Église et l'empire au iv siècle. Sept exposés suivis de discussions, ed. Albrecht Dihle (1989) 301-343. BR170 .E34 1989

Barnes, T.D. Athanasius and Constantius. 1993. BR1720.A7 B37 1993

Bird, Harry Wesley. Julian and Aurelius Victor. Latomus 55 (1996) 870-874

Bleckmann, Bruno. Der Bürgerkrieg zwischen Constantin II. und Constans (340 n. Chr.). Historia 52 (2003) 225-250

Blockley, R.C. Constantius Gallus and Julian as Caesars of Constantius II. Latomus 31 (1972) 433-468.

Blockley, R.C. Eunapius fr. XIV,7. Julian as an Homeric Hero? LCM 6 (1981) 213-214. [52-01524

Blockley, R.C. The Panegyric of Claudius Mamertinus on the Emperor Julian. AJPh 93 (1972) 437-450.

Blockley, Roger C. East Roman Foreign Policy: Formation and Conduct from Diocletian to Anastasius. Leeds: Cairns, 1992.

Boer, W. den. The Emperor Silvanus and His Army. AClass 3 (1960) 105-109.

Bowersock, G.W. Julian the Apostate. 1978. DG317 .B68

Bradbury, Scott. Julian's Pagan Revival and the Decline of Blood Sacrifice. Phoenix 49 (1995) 331-356.

Brauch, Thomas. Themistius and the Emperor Julian. Byzantion 63 (1993) 79-115.

Bregman, Jay. Judaism as Theurgy in the Religious Thought of the Emperor Julian. AncW 26 (1995) 135-149. [67-02458

Browning, R. The Emperor Julian. 1976. DG317 .B76 1976

Bruun, Patrick. Constans Maximus Augustus, in Mélanges de numismatique offerts à Pierre Bastien à l'occasion de son 75e anniversaire, ed. H. Huvelin, M. Christol, and G. Gautier (Wetteren: Éd. Numismatique romaine 1987) 187-199. [60-10128

Buck, David F. Eunapius on Julian's Acclamation as Augustus. AHB 7 (1993) 73-80. [64-01971

Buck, David F. Some Distortions in Eunapius' Account of Julian the Apostate. AHB 4 (1990) 113-115. [61-01417

Burgess, R. W. A Common Source for Jerome, Eutropius, Festus, Ammianus, and the "Epitome de Caesaribus" between 358 and 378, along with Further Thoughts on the Date and Nature of the "Kaisergeschichte". CPh 100 (2005) 166-192.

Burgess, R. W. The "Great Massacre" of 337 and the Promotion of the Sons of Constantine. DOP 62 (2008) 5-51.

Cameron, Alan. Julian and Hellenism. AncW 24 (1993) 25-29. [64-03185

Cracco Ruggini, Lellia. Felix temporum reparatio: realtà socio-economiche in movimento durante un ventennio di regno (Costanzo II Augusto, 337-361 D.C.), in L'Église et l'empire au iv siècle. Sept exposés suivis de discussions, ed. Albrecht Dihle (1989) 179-249. BR170 .E34 1989

Curta, Florin. Atticism, Homer, Neoplatonism, and Fürstenspiegel: Julian's Second Panegyric on Constantius. GRBS 36 (1995): 177-211.

Daly, L.J. In a borderland. Themistius' ambivalence toward Julian. ByzZ 73 (1980) 1-11. [51-04273

Dihle, A., ed. L'Église et l'empire au iv siècle. Sept exposés suivis de discussions. Fondation Hardt, 1987 (1989). (Entretiens sur l'antiquité classique 34). BR170 .E34 1989

DiMaio Michael. The emperor Julian's edicts of religious toleration. AncW 20 (1989) 99-109. [60-10792

DiMaio, Michael. The Antiochene connection. Zonaras, Ammianus Marcellinus and John of Antioch on the reigns of the emperors Constantius II and Julian. Byzantion 50 (1980) 158-185. [51-04679

DiMaio, Michael and Duane Wade-Hampton Arnold. Per vim, per caedem, per bellum: a Study of Murder and Ecclesiastical Politics in the Year 337 A.D. Byzantion 62 (1992) 158-211.

Drinkwater, J.F. Silvanus, Ursicinus and Ammianus: Fact or Fiction? Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History 7 (1994) 568-576. PA6011 .S86

Drinkwater, J.F. The pagan underground, Constantius II's secret service and the survival and the usurpation of Julian the Apostate, Studies in Latin Literature and Roman History 3 (1983) 348-387. PA6011 .S86

Drinkwater, John F. Julian and the Franks and Valentinian I and the Alamanni: Ammianus on Romano-German relations. Francia 24 (1997) 1-15. [69-10015

Drinkwater, J.F. Barbatio's Bridge: The Alamannic Campaign of 357, in J. Drinkwater and B. Salway, edd., Wolf Liebeschuetz Reflected: Essays Presented by Colleagues, Friends, and Pupils (2007) 115-123. DG311 .W63 2007. Pt. 1

Edbrooke, Jr. Robert Owen. The Visit of Constantius II to Rome in 357 and Its Effect on the Pagan Roman Senatorial Aristocracy. AJPh 97 (1976) 40-61.

Elliott, Thomas. G. Eunapius' account of Julian the Apostate. AHB 5 (1991) 88. [62-01760

Elm, Susanna. Hellenism and Historiography: Gregory of Nazianzus and Julian in Dialogue. Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 3.3 (2003) 493-515.

Fornara, Charles W. Julian's Persian expedition in Ammianus and Zosimus. JHS 111 (1991): 1-15.

Frakes, R.M. Ammianus Marcellinus XXI.16.7: A Re-Examination. Hermes 122 (1994) 253-256.

Frend, W.H.C. The Church in the reign of Constantius II (337-361). Mission, monasticism, worship, in L'Église et l'empire au iv siècle. Sept exposés suivis de discussions, ed. Albrecht Dihle (1989) 73-112. BR170 .E34 1989

Gager, J.G. The dialogue of paganism with Judaism. Bar Cochba to Julian. Hebrew Union College Annual 44 (1973) 89-118. [45-09482

Griffith, Sidney H. Ephraem the Syrian's hymns Against Julian. Meditations on history and imperial power. VChr 41 (1987) 238-266.

Henck, Nick. Constantius' 'paideia', intellectual milieu and promotion of the liberal arts. PCPhS 47 (2001) 172-186. [72-12079

Henck, Nick. Constantius Ο ΦΙΛΟΚΤΙΣΤΗ&Sigma ? DOP 55 (2001) 279-304.

Henck, Nick. Constantius II and the Cities, in J. Drinkwater and B. Salway, edd., Wolf Liebeschuetz Reflected: Essays Presented by Colleagues, Friends, and Pupils (2007) 147-156. DG311 .W63 2007. Pt. 1

Hilary of Poitiers. Conflicts of conscience and law in the fourth-century Church: Against Valens and Ursacius: the extant fragments, together with his Letter to the Emperor Constantius; transl. with introd. and notes from the edition by Alfred Feder in Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum vol. LXV (1916) pp. 41-205 by Lionel R. Wickham. Liverpool 1997. BR65.H752 E5 1997

Humphries, Mark. In Nomine Patris: Constantine the Great and Constantius II in Christological Polemic. Historia 46 (1997) 448-464.

Humphries, Mark. Savage humour: Christian anti-panegyric in Hilary of Poitier's 'Against Constantius', in The propaganda of power: the role of panegyric in late antiquity, ed. Mary Whitby (Leiden, Boston: Brill 1998) 201-223.

Hunt, David. Julian and Marcus Aurelius, in Ethics and rhetoric: classical essays for Donald Russell on his seventy-fifth birthday, ed. Doreen Innes, Harry Hine, and Christopher Pelling (New York: Oxford University Press, 1995) 287-298.

Hunt, E. D. Did Constantius II have 'court bishops'?, in Studia Patristica, XIX: Papers presented to the tenth international conference on patristic studies held in Oxford 1987: historica, theologica, gnostica, biblica et apocrypha, ed. Livingstone, Elizabeth A (1989) 86-90.

Juneau, J. Pietas and politics: Eusebia and Constantius at court. CQ N.S. 49 (1999) 641-644.

Kaegi, W.E. Domestic military problems of Julian the Apostate. ByzF 2 (1967) 247-264 (Polychordia, Festschrift F. Dölger II). [40-07935

Kaegi, W.E. The emperor Julian at Naissus. AC 44 (1975 XLIV ) 161-171.

Kaegi, Walter E. An investigation of the emperor Julian: retrospective and prospective remarks. AncW 24 (1993) 45-53. [On the status of research] [64-03176

Klein, Richard. Constantius II. [i.e. der Zweite] und die christliche Kirche. 1977. BR205 .K46 LRA

Klein, Richard. Julian Apostata. 1978. DG317 .J86

Leedom, J. W. Constantius II: Three Revisions. Byzantion 48 (1978) 132-145. [49-09958

Liebeschuetz, Wolfgang. Ammianus, Julian and divination. Roma renascens. Festschrift I. Opelt 198-213. Roma renascens. Beiträge zur Spätantike und Rezeptionsgeschichte. Ilona Opelt von ihren Freunden und Schülern zum 9.7.1988 in Verehrung gewidmet, ed. Wissemann Michael. Frankfurt: Lang, 1988.

Lieu S.N.C., ed. The emperor Julian. Panegyric and polemic (Claudius Mamertinus, John Chrysostom, Ephrem the Syrian). Liverpool: Liverpool Univ. Pr., 1986.

Lieu, Samuel N.C., M. H. Dodgeon, Mark Vermes and Dominic Montserrat. "The sons of Constantine: Libanius, Oratio LIX (Royal Discourse upon Constantius and Constans)," in From Constantine to Julian: Pagan and Byzantine Views 147-209.

Lieu, Samuel N.C. and Dominic Montserrat, edd. From Constantine to Julian: Pagan and Byzantine Views. 1996. BR180 .F76 1996

Lieu, Samuel N.C. and Mark Vermes. "From Constantine to Julian: [John the Monk], Artemii passio (The Ordeal of Artemius, BHG 170-171c, CPG 8082) in From Constantine to Julian: Pagan and Byzantine Views 210-262.

Limberis, Vasiliki. 'Religion' as the cipher for identity: the cases of Emperor Julian, Libanius, and Gregory Nazianzus. HThR 93 (2000) 373-400. [72-13738

Malosse, Pierre-Louis. Qu'est donc allé faire Constant 1er en Bretagne pendant l'hiver 343? Historia 48 (1999) 465-476

Meredith, A. Porphyry and Julian against the Christians. ANRW II.23.2 (1980) 1119-1149.

Millar, F. Empire and city, Augustus to Julian. Obligations, excuses and status. JRS 73 (1983) 76-96. [54-12801

Nicholson, Oliver. The 'pagan churches' of Maximinus Daia and Julian the Apostate. JEH 45 (1994) 1-10. [65-15514

Nixon, C.E.V. Aurelius Victor and Julian. CPh 86 (1991) 113-125.

Novikov, Andrej and Mary Michaels Mudd. Reconsidering the Role of Constantius II in the "Massacre of the Princes". ByzSlav 57 (1996) 26-32. [68-09734

Nutt, D. C. Silvanus and the Emperor Constantius II. Antichthon 7 (1973) 80-89.

Olbrich, Konstantin. Athanasius, die Kaiser und der Anbruch einer neuen Ära: Propaganda und M├╝nzprägung um 343 n. Chr. Klio 86 (2004)415-441. [75-10298

Penella, Robert J. Emperor Julian, the temple of Jerusalem and the god of the Jews. Koinonia 23 (1999) 15-31. [70-10749

Penella, Robert J. Julian the persecator in fifth-century Church historians. AncW 24 (1993) 31-43. [64-11701

Pietri, C. La politique de Constance II: un premier 'césaropapisme' ou l'Imitatio Constantini? in L'Église et l'empire au iv siècle. Sept exposés suivis de discussions, ed. Albrecht Dihle (1989) 113-178. BR170 .E34 1989

Portmann, Werner. Die politische Krise zwischen den Kaisern Constantius II. und Constans. Historia 48 (1999) 301-329

Ridley, R.T. Notes on Julian's Persian expedition (363). Historia 22 (1973) 317-330

Riedweg, Christoph. With Stoicism and Platonism against the Christians: structures of philosophical argumentation in Julian's 'Contra Galilaeos'. Hermathena 166 (1999) 63-91. [70-02779

Rohrbacher, David. Why Didn't Constantius II Eat Fruit? CQ 55 (2005) 323-326

Rosen, K. Beobachtungen zur Erhebung Julians 360-361 n. Chr. AClass 12 (1969) 121-149

Seager, Robin. Perceptions of eastern frontier policy in Ammianus, Libanius, and Julian (337-363). CQ N.S. 47 (1997) 253-268

Seaver, J. Julian the Apostate and the attempted rebuilding of the Temple of Jerusalem. RPL 1 (1978) 273-284. [55-02560

Smith, Rowland B.E. Julian's gods: religion and philosophy in the thought and action of Julian the Apostate. London; New York: Routledge, 1995. DG317 .S65 1995

Stroheker, Karl Friedrich. Zur Rolle der Heermeister fränkischer Abstammung im spaten vierten Jahrhundert. Historia 4 (1955) 314-330

Swift, Louis J. and James H. Oliver. Constantius II on Flavius Philippus. AJPh 83 (1962) 247-264

Tougher, Shaun. In praise of an empress: Julian's 'speech of thanks' to Eusebia. in The propaganda of power: the role of panegyric in late antiquity, ed. Mary Whitby (Leiden, Boston: Brill 1998) 105-123

Tougher, Shaun. The advocacy of an empress: Julian and Eusebia. CQ N.S. 48 (1998) 595-599

Vanderspoel, John. Themistius and the imperial court: oratory, civic duty, and paideia from Constantius to Theodosius. 1995. B708.T7 V36 1995

Vittinghoff, F. Staat, Kirche und Dynastie beim Tode Konstantins, in L'Église et l'empire au iv siècle. Sept exposés suivis de discussions, ed. Albrecht Dihle (1989) 1-34. BR170 .E34 1989 1989

Wardman, Alan E. Usurpers and Internal Conflicts in the 4th Century A.D. Historia 33 (1984) 220-237

Wiemer, Hans-Ulrich. Libanius on Constantine. CQ 44 (1994) 511-524

Woods, David. The Fate of the Magister Equitum Marcellus. CQ 45 (1995) 266-268