Battle of Strasbourg, 357 AD ⚔️ Julian saves the Western Roman Empire
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25,000 Germans is not a huge army nor a horde.
no Strasbourg but Argentinum the true name
Long story short…the Romans were fucking pricks…It's a wonder they accomplished as much as they did with the amount of catty intrigue between the generals. It's like a Real Housewives show.
The Gallic town in which Julian wintered was named VIENNE, not Vienna, which was then known as Vindobona and located in what is now Austria.
Knodomar looks like he's trying to keep a brave face, after standing on Lego! xD
Julian the Apostate is one of the more fascinating people that ever have had the purple put on himself.
I wonder would the WRE/ERE survived a little longer had he been Emperor for a little longer.
and he still betrayed his emperor
Julian is known as Julian the apostate. For centuries he had a bad reputation as he tried to restore the Roman/Hellenic pantheon and wrote (rather well) against Christianity. His campaigns against the Parths turned out disastrous and he died in a battle. So Christianity was not abolished, and the rest is history.