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A Christian woman at Rome, whom Paul salutes (Romans 16:15), wife or sister of Philologus. Julius. Centurion of "Augustus' band" (a detachment probably of the emperor's praetorian body guards, attached to the Roman governor at Caesarea); had charge of Paul from Caesarea to Rome (Acts 27:1; Acts 27:3). As all the centurions in New Testament, so Julia was an estimable character. He "courteously gave Paul liberty to go unto his friends to refresh himself." God raises friends to His people even among enemies.

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Fausset, Andrew R. Entry for 'Julia'. Fausset's Bible Dictionary. 1949.

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