Cj 6225

Chr. min. 1.67 (Naeratius Cerealis becomes praefectus urbi on Sept. 27)

CTh 15.14.5

Hist. ac. 1.7, cf. Index 25; CTh 11.1.6 + 12.1.42 (May 22: year emended from 354)JI 16.8.7s (July 3: 357 mss.)

Ammianus 14.5.1; CTh 8.7.2S (Nov. 3: 326 mss.); Ammianus 14.10.1"

Ammianus 14.10.1/2 Ammianus 14.10.6

Ammianus 14.10.16; CTh 11.34.2 (Jan. 1); CJ 6.22.6 (Feb. 18)"

Ammianus 15.4.1

Ammianus 15.4.13, cf. Sulpicius Severus, Chron. 2.39.3, 8 (Council of Milan)

CTh 14.3.2; CTh 12.1.43 (July 17); 1.5.5 (July 18); 6.29.1 (July 22); 2.1.2 (July 25); 12.12.1 (Aug. 1); 9.34.6 (Oct. 31); 16.10.6 (356, Feb. 19); 9.42.2 (March 8);

356, summer autumn

July 25

Sept. 2

Proclaims Julian Caesar at Milan

Escorts Julian out of the city, then returns to Milan

Campaign against the Alamanni on the Upper Rhine

At Messadensis

At Dinumma

In Milan

357, April 28 Enters Rome

April 28- In Rome May 29

June 7 or 10 July 5 July 21

At Helvillum At Ariminum At Ravenna

Passes through Tridentum on his way to the Danube

Visits Pannonia and Moesia

357, Oct.- Winters in Sirmium

358, March 3

11.16.8s (April 1:357 mss.); 11.16.7 (April 2); 6.4.8-10 (April 11); 6.29.2s (April 17: 357 mss.); 13.10.3s (April 29: 357 mss.); 9.17.4s = C] 9.19.4s (June 13: 357 mss.); CTh 8.5.8s (June 24: 357 mss.); 1.2.7 (July 5)

Ammianus 15.8.17; Chr. min.

Ammianus 15.8.18 Ammianus 16.12.15/6

CTh 16.2.13s (357 mss.); 9.16.5s (Dec. 4: 356 or 357); 8.5.9s, 16.2.14s (Dec. 6: 357 mss.); 8.7.7s (Dec. 27: year implied to be 357); 12.12.2 Oan. )5); 9.17.4 (jan. 15. 'id.Iun.' mss.);35 9.16.4 (Jan. 25); 15.1.1s (Feb. 2: 320 mss.); 10.20.2s (358 mss.)

Ammianus 16.10.20 (length of stay); CTh 8.1.5 (May 6); 10.1.2* (May 17: 319 mss.)

Ammianus 16.10.20

Ammianus 16.10.21; 17.12.1; CTh 8.5.10 (Oct. 27: transmitted year either 357 or 358);371.15.3s (Dec. 3: 353 mss.);38 7.4.3,

II.30.27 (Dec. 18); 2.21.2s (Dec. 18: 360 mss.); 9.42.4 (357, Jan. 4>; CJ 3.26.8

358, April

June 21-23

June 27

359, spring

359, May 22

May 28

359, autumn

359, Dec.-360, March

360, ?March

Invades the territory of the Sarmatae Limigantes

Returns in triumph to Sirmium

In Sirmium

At Mursa

Winters in Sirmium

Begins a campaign against the Sarmatae

In the province of Valeria

Defeats the Limigantes near Acimincum

Returns to Sirmium

At Sirmium

At Sirmium At Singidunum ?Ar Adrianople

Goes to Constantinople and winters there

In Constantinople

360, after Sept. 21

At Caesarea in Cappadocia when he receives news that Julian has been proclaimed Augustus

Travels via Melitene, Lacotena, and Samosata to Edessa

Leaves Edessa

Ammianus 17.12.4 -6

Ammianus 17.13.33

CTh 12.1.44 + 45 (June 21); 8.13.4,11.36.13 (June 23)

CTh 12.1.46

Ammianus 19.11.2

Ammianus 19.11.4 Ammianus 19.11.5-16

Ammianus 19.11.17

CTh 6.4.14 + 15; Athanasius, Syn. 8.3; Socrates, HE 2.37.18

CTh 11.30.28

Athanasius, Sytt. 55.2/3 (implying intent to visit)

Ammianus 19.11.17; 20.8.1; Socrates, HE 2.41.1; Sozomenus, HE 4.23.3, cf. Chr. min. 1.239 (implying Constantius* presence in the city before Dec. 11)

Sozomenus, HE 4.23.4-7 (late Dec.-Jan. 1); Hilary, Ad Const. 2.2(CSEL 65.198.9/10, cf. Jerome, De vir. ill. 100; CTh 4.13.4s; 11.36.10s (Jan. 18:356 and 354 mss.);39 11.24.1 (Feb. 4); 14.1.1s (Feb. 24: 357 mss.); 7.4.5s (March 14: 359 mss.)

Ammianus 20.9.1

Ammianus 20.11.4

Dec. 17

361, May 3

Visits Amida Besieges Bezabde At Hierapolis Winters in Antioch

At Gephyra

May 29

autumn Oct.

At Doliche

Crosses the Euphrates at Capersana, goes to Edessa, and later returns to Hierapolis (or possibly Nicopolis)

Returns briefly to Antioch

At Hippocephalus

Falls ill at Tarsus

Dies at Mopsucrenae in Cilicia

Ammianus 20.11.4/5

Ammianus 20.11.6-31

Ammianus 20.11.32; CTh 16.2.16 (Feb. 14); Socrates, HE 2.45.10

CTh 1.6.1,28.1; 6.4.12,13; 7.8.1; 11.1.7,15.1, 23.1; 12.1.48; 13.1.3; 15.1.7 (all extracts from the same law)

CTh 7.4.4S (358 mss.: place of issue transmitted as Doridae)

Ammianus 21.7.7,13.841

Ammianus 21.15.1/2«

Ammianus 21.15,2

Ammianus 21.15.2

Jerome, Chronicle 242b; Ammianus 21.15.3 (date emended from Oct. 5); Chr. mitt. 1.240; Socrates, HE 2.47.4; 3.1.143

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