Emperor Julian was the last pagan Roman emperor, rhetorician, and philosopher. He is also sometimes referred to as Julian II. He was a supporter of the restoration of pagan traditions, based on neo-Platonism, the enemy of Christianity. This book contains platonic Cynic and speech, as well as the most interesting examples of the rhetoric and the epistolary genre. The author presents in his writings not only an avid follower philosophy but also a brilliant writer, close to Cynicism. The publication is intended for anyone interested in the history of philosophy and religion.