Saint Julian of Carthage



Disciple of Saint Cyprian of Carthage. When revolt erupted in Carthage in 259, during a period of persecution by Valerian, the procurator Solon blamed it on the Christians, and began suppressing them. Julian was arrested, tortured, and martyred with Saint Montanus of Carthage, Saint Lucius of Carthage, Saint Victorius of Carthage, Saint Flavian of Carthage, and five companions whose names have not come down to us.



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  • “Saint Julian of Carthage“. CatholicSaints.Info. 26 January 2016. Web. 27 January 2022. <>