Julian died on June 26, 363, after failing to rebuild the Temple, which God preventing by astonishing miracles. It was this wretched apostate persecutor of the Church (361-363) who the impious Voltaire quoted on his own deathbed: “Thou hast conquered O Galilean!)
Roma Locuta Est, Steven O’Reilly: On the 26th of this month of June in 363 A.D., the Roman Emperor Flavius Claudius Julianus (331-363 A.D.) died from a mortal wound he received at the Battle of Samara during the Roman army’s withdrawal from Ctesiphon, the Parthian capital. This emperor, known to history as Julian the Apostate, was a nephew of Constantine the Great, who had legalized Christianity in the Roman Empire. Article is here.