Jovianus   - in ancient sources @

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  Jovianus   (Flavius Jovianus) - Roman emperor, 363-364 A.D.
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  + Jovian
ExcBarb_48B   years - cons. 2 Jovianus for 8 months Valentinianus,
Festus:Brev_2   ianus Caesar Augustus to Jovian, there were imperatores,
Festus:Brev_29   ngering soul. [29] Jovian received an army superior in bat
Oros_7.31   a most critical state, Jovian became the thirty-seventh emperor
Oros_7.32   directly after the death of Jovian, this man, who had lost

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