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Book XX

1
Julian sends Lupicinus to Britain to resist inroad of Picts and Scots (early 360)
2
Ursicinus is recalled and cashiered
3
Eclipse of the sun and digression on eclipses
4
Julian in Paris proclaimed Augustus by his Gallic troops, spring 360
5
Address of Julian to his soldiers
6-7
Sapor captures Singara and Bezabde
8
Julian writes to Constantius, who winters in Constantinople, about what happened in Paris
9
Constantius bids Julian to be content with the title of Caesar
10
Julian's campaign of 360 against the Atthuarian Franks
11
Constantius takes the field against the Persians and fails to recapure Bezabde
11.26-30
Digression on Rainbows

Book XXI
1
Julian celebrates quinquennial games at Vienne and foresees the death on Constantius
1.7-14
Digression on divination
2
Julian prays in church and pretends to be a Christian
3-4
Treason and arrest of Vadomarius, king of the Alamanni
5
Julian addresses his soldiers and prepares for war against Constantius
6
Constantius (in Antioch) marries Faustina, increases his army and wins the support of the Kings of Armenia and Hiberia (winter 360-361)
7
Constantius crosses Euphrates and proceeds with his army to Edessa
8-9
Julian advances into Illyricum; defeat of Lucillianus
10
Julian in Sirmium, seizes the pass of Succi; he writes to the Senate in Rome
11-12.20
Resistance of two legions at Aquileia
12.21-25
Actions of Julian at Naissus
13
Constantius addresses his troops at Hierapolis and prepares for war against Julian
14
Omens of death of Constantius
15
Constantius dies at Mobsucrenae in Cilicia (3 November 361)
16
Obituary of Constantius

Book XXII
1
Julian waits in Dacia and secretly consults soothsayers and augurs
2
On learning of Constantius' death, Julian traverses Thrace and enters Constantinople
3
Some adherents of Constantius are put to death
4
Reorganization of the palace
5
Julian professes the worship of the gods; reestablishment of paganism
6
Julian and the Egyptian litigants
7
Other activities of Julian in Constantinople (speaking justice, welcoming deputations)
8
Digression on Thrace and the Pontus Euxinus
9
Julian travels across Asia Minor to Antioch
10
Julian in Antioch (winter 362-363)
11.1-3
Three executions (Gaudentius, Artemius, Marcellus)
11.4-11
The death of bishop George in Alexandria
12
Julian prepares for war against Persia and consults oracles to learn the outcome of the war. Julian sacrifices excessively shows his real religiosity
13
The burning of the temple of Apollo at Daphne; earthquake at Nicomedia and Nicaea
14.1-3
Julian's difficulties with the Antiochenes
14.4-5
Julian ascends Mount Casius
14.6
Report of an Apis bull
14.7-8
The Apis bull
15-16
Digression on Egypt and Alexandria

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