Julian the Hospitaller«Iulianus Hospitator»

(4th cent.)
Place of birth:Province of Belgic Gaul (Roman Empire)1
Place of death:Province of Belgic Gaul (Roman Empire)
Place(s) associated with:Kingdom of Belgium2; France; Naples3
12 February
Patron of:Ghent4; Macerata5; Saint Julian's6
Patron of:boatmen, carnival workers, childless people, circus performers, clowns, ferryboat men, fiddlers, hospitality ministers, hospitallers, hotel-keepers, hunters, innkeepers, jugglers, knights, murderers, pilgrims, shepherds, travellers, wandering musicians
Petitioned for: to obtain lodging while travelling
1Provincia Gallia Belgæ (Imperium Romanum) / επαρχία Βελγικής Γαλατίας (Βασιλεία τῶν Ῥωμαίων) [22 BC–452]
2Koninkrijk België / Royaume de Belgique / Rweyåme di Beldjike / Königreich Belgien [1839– ]
3Napoli / Napule / Παρθενόπη / Νεάπολις /
4Gent / Gand / Ganda
5Helvia Recina
6San Ġiljan


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