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1. Justīnĭānus, v. Justinus.
2. Justīnĭānus, i, m., Justinian, a Roman emperor in the sixth century of the Christian era, who caused the compilation of the Corpus Juris, Cod. Just. init.
Hence, Justīnĭānēus, a, um, adj., of or belonging to Justinian: urbs, Just. Novell. praef. 28.
Justīnus, i, m., Justin.
- I. A Roman historian in the second century of the Christian era, who made an abstract of the historical work of Trogus Pompeius.
- II. Justinus I., a Roman emperor of low birth (a swine-herd) in the sixth century of the Christian era.
- III. Justinus II., a Roman emperor in the latter half of the sixth century.
Hence, Justīnĭānus, a, um, adj., of or belonging to the emperor Justin: labores, Coripp. Laud. Just. 1, 263.
- IV. A philosopher who defended the Christians under Antoninus Pius, called also Justin Martyr, Hier. Ep. 70, 4 al.