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355 and Constantius
* 355 – Claudius Silvanus, accused of treason, proclaims himself Roman Emperor against Constantius II.
Antipope Felix II was installed as Pope in 355 after the Emperor Constantius II banished the reigning Pope, Liberius, for refusing to subscribe the sentence of condemnation against Saint Athanasius.
The Batavi were still mentioned in 355 during the reign of Constantius II ( 317-361 ), when their island was already dominated by the Salii, a Frankish tribe that had sought Roman protection there in 297 after having been expelled from their own country by the Saxons.
Shortly after in 355, Constantius promoted Gallus ' younger half-brother and Constantius ' last surviving cousin, Julian to the rank of Caesar.
However, Constantius realised that too many threats still faced the Empire, and he could not possibly handle all of them by himself, so on 6 November 355, he elevated his last remaining relative, Julian, to the rank of Caesar.
A member of the Constantinian dynasty, he was made Caesar over the western provinces, by Constantius II in 355, where he campaigned successfully against the Alamanni and Franks.
He was summoned to Constantius ' court in Mediolanum ( Milan ) in 354 and kept there for a year ; in the summer and fall of 355, he was permitted to study in Athens.
In 355, Julian was summoned to appear before the emperor in Mediolanum and on 6 November was made Caesar of the West, marrying Constantius ' sister, Helena.
* 355 – Roman Emperor Constantius II promotes his cousin Julian to the rank of Caesar, entrusting him with the government of the Prefecture of the Gauls.
In 355, after deposing his cousin Gallus but still feeling the crises of the empire too much for one emperor to handle, Constantius raised his cousin Julian to the rank of Caesar.
About the same time, he wrote to Emperor Constantius II a remonstrance against the persecutions by which the Arians had sought to crush their opponents ( Ad Constantium Augustum liber primus, of which the most probable date is 355 ).
Pope Liberius had been banished in 355, as a result of a conflict with the Emperor Constantius II over the treatment of Arianism.
He was admitted to the senate by Constantius in 355, and he was prefect of Constantinople in 384 on the nomination of Theodosius.
In 355 he was made a senator ; and the letter is still extant, in which Constantius recommends him to the senate, and speaks in the highest terms both of Themistius himself and of his father.
First, they appeared in 355 when the Roman commander Arbetio was ordered by Emperor Constantius II to fine the Lentienses for several incursions the Roman Empire.
** Note: Julian had been co-Emperor with Constantius II from 355 until his own accession to the purple in 361

355 and became
In the 4th century BC Chios was a member of the Second Athenian Empire but revolted against Athens during the Social War ( 357 – 355 BC ) and Chios became independent again until the rise of Macedonia.
The denomination 355 for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.
The denomination 355 BC for this year has been used since the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the prevalent method in Europe for naming years.
Following Agesilaus ’ death in 360 BC, Archidamus III became king and practiced a policy of non-conflict between Athens and the Second Naval Confederacy ( 357-355 BC ) Between 355 and 346 BC, they allied with Athens against Thebes and the Amphictyonic Council effectively pulling Theban attention away from the Peloponnese.
After Fu Sheng, the son of Former Qin's founding emperor Fu Jiàn, became emperor in 355, he ruled the empire with stern cruelty and arbitrariness, slaughtering officials and nobles at will.
As a result of the $ 29, 355, 000 renovation project, the stadium grew from 20, 202 seats to 25, 000, 18 new private boxes were built, and the stadium ’ s state-of-the-art video board became a permanent installation.
At Rangers, McCoist became the club's record goalscorer, netting 355 goals.
She became Bruce Wayne's romantic interest again, earning the wrath of Catwoman in Batman # 355 ( Jan 1983 ).

355 and sole
Dr. Mann has a backup laboratory in California which Agent 355 and Yorick agree to journey to, with the aim of using Yorick to find answers to the plague ( including the mystery of his and Ampersand's sole survival ) as well as possibly produce more male humans.

355 and Emperor
The temple seems to have been burnt again during the Third Sacred War ( 355 – 346 BCE ), and was in a very dilapidated state when seen by Pausanias in the 2nd century CE, though some restoration, as well as the building of a new temple, was undertaken by Emperor Hadrian.
In 355, Roman Emperor Julian stopped the Germanic invasion and began securing the Middle Rhine.

355 and toward
Given this political clout, Williams began steering D. C .' s finances toward financial recovery, moving from a $ 355 deficit at the end of 1995 to a $ 185 surplus in the city's fiscal year 1997.

355 and western
Interstate 355 ( I-355 ), also known as the Veterans Memorial Tollway, is an Interstate Highway and tollway in the western and southwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, U. S. Like most other toll roads in the northeastern portion of the state, I-355 is maintained by the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority ( ISTHA ).
Kisumu is a port city in western Kenya at, with a population of 355, 024 ( 1999 census ).
To the west is MD 355 ( Frederick Road ), a continuation of Rockville Pike, which the Red Line parallels throughout much of its route in western Montgomery County ; MD 200A connects the Shady Grove station to I-370 and MD 200, better known as the Intercounty Connector.
Peithon or Pithon ( Greek: Πείθων or Πίθων, about 355 – 314 BC ) was the son of Crateuas, a nobleman from Eordaia in western Macedonia.

355 and provinces
The provinces with the largest Ukrainian populations ( single and multiple origins, 2006 ) are: Ontario, 336, 355 ; Alberta, 332, 180 ; British Columbia 197, 265 ; Manitoba, 167, 175 ; Saskatchewan 129, 265 ; and Quebec, 31, 955.
Under later Roman rule ( after 355 ), most of Occitania was known as Aquitania, itself part of the Seven Provinces with a wider Provence, while the northern provinces of what is now France were called Gallia ( Gaul ).

355 and frequently
At the time, it was known as the Year of the Tribunate of Augurinus, Longus, Priscus, Cicurinus, Rufus and Philo ( or, less frequently, year 355 Ab urbe condita ).

355 and using
The Zoological Society of San Diego has established a " Frozen zoo " to store such samples using modern cryopreservation techniques from more than 355 species, including mammals, reptiles, and birds.
In addition, extensive tests on E. coli O157: H7, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus ( MRSA ), Staphylococcus, Enterobacter aerogenes, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa sanctioned by the United States Environmental Protection Agency ( EPA ) using Good Laboratory Practices found that when cleaned regularly, some 355 different copper alloy surfaces:
Another well known user is Noel Gallagher ( Oasis ) who began using a 355 for live performances in 2002 and it has since become his main guitar.
On September 10, 1976, she, her husband, and three others hijacked domestic Trans World Airlines flight 355 departing from New York for Chicago, using the threat of a bomb, which later turned out to be a harmless pressure cooker.
13, 335, and 336 Sqns., these also included the No. 355 Squadron RHAF with a variety of transport types, including the C-47, Avro Anson, and Wellington and the 345, 346, and 347 Flights using the Auster AOP and other utility aircraft for liaison.

355 and force
It is an all-volunteer force of active-duty personnel, numbering 108, 355 in 2010.

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