Sallu'stius（Σαλούστιος), or SALU'STIUS. 1. Praefectus Praetorio (according to Suidas s. v. Σαλούστιος) under the emperor Julianus. It is probably the same Sallustius who was consul in A. D. 363. Sallustius was a heathen, but, according to the testimony of Theodoretus, dissuaded the emperor from persecuting the Christians. He appears to have been on terms of friendship with the emperor Julianus, who dedicated to him his fourth oration. Himerius also dedicated one of his treatises to him (Phot. Cod. clxv. p. 108a, 29, ed. Bekker).
Περὶ θεῶν καὶ κόσμου, which is still extant. If so, he was attached to the doctrines of the Neo-Platonists.