Journal Article


David Woods



lib late roman history julian roman emperor persian expedition lucillianus post frontal julian emperor of rome 331 363

The role of the Comes Lucillianus during Julian's Persian expedition (1998)

Abstract It is argued that Lucillianus was comes of the Lanciarii and Mattiarii during Julian's Persian expedition in AD363, and that he was dismissed from his post when he refused to lead his troops in a frontal assault against a fortified Persian position on the opposite bank of the Tigris (Lib. Or. 18.250).
Collections Ireland -> University College Cork -> Classics - Journal Articles
Ireland -> University College Cork -> Classics
Ireland -> University College Cork -> College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences

Full list of authors on original publication

David Woods

Experts in our system

David Woods
University College Cork
Total Publications: 30