The Misopogon, or Beard-Hater, is a satirical essay on philosophers by the Roman Emperor Julian. It was written in Classical Greek. The satire was written in Antioch in February or March 363, not long before Julian departed for his fateful Persian campaign.
Glanville Downey says of the text:
- Downey, Glanville, "Julian the Apostate at Antioch", Church History, Vol. 8, No. 4 (Dec., 1939), p. 305.
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