The Byzantine palace surpasses the Capitol, the palace of Pergamus, the Rufinian wood the temple of Adrian at Cyzicus, the pyramids, the Pharus, etc., according to an epigram (Antholog. Graec. l. iv. p. 488, 489. Brodaei, apud Wechel) ascribed to Julian, ex-praefect of Egypt. Seventy-one of his epigrams, some lively, are collected in Brunck, (Analect. Graec. tom. ii. p. 493 - 510; but this is wanting.