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XIII Summary

Julian has another dream. A giant tree falls, and he believes a smaller tree, growing among the roots of the larger, is also doomed. In his dream, an unidentified man assured him that the small tree's root was strong and that it would grow. Julian took the dream to mean that Constanius would fall, and he would become Augustus. It was soon after the dream that Julian's army called for his assention to Augustus. Julian ignores them for a time. Then he is summoned to Helena's side. She urges him to accept. Julian then addresses the army, telling them he can't accept, but it's a carefully planned scene. Julian had predicted what would happen and says that he was prepared when the mob pushed their way to Julian and pick him up, demanding his acceptance. in this way, Julian accepts but can later...

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