Julian the Philosopher: Caesar, Augustus and Emperor

Event Type: Branch

Takes Place: 17th January 2019

Time: 7.30 pm

Venue: Hull University Library lecture room, Cottingham Road, Hull HU6 7RX

Description: How should we consider the 4th Century Roman Emperor Julian, sometimes known as Julian the Apostate, who urged Romans to forsake Christianity and return to values of traditional Romans. This meeting is a joint meeting with the Hull Classical Association.

Price: Free to National HA and Branch members, visitors welcome but are asked to contribute £2

Organiser: Hull and East Riding Branch

Lecturer: Professor James Booth. (James Booth retired as head of the English Department at Hull University to devote time to research which includes Ancient History and Philp Larkin’s letters. )

Region: Yorkshire and Humber

Branch: Hull and East Riding

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