Ju'lia (Ι᾿ουλία, fem. of Julius), a Christian woman of Rome, to whom Paul sent his salutations (Ro 16:15); she is named with Philologus, and is supposed to have been his wife or sister. A.D. 55. — Kitto. "Origen supposes that they were master and mistress of a Christian household which included, the other persons mentioned in the same verse. Some modern critics have conjectured that the name may be that of a man, Julias"

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