About Flavia Juliana
Her ancestry is speculative. According to Salazar y Castro she was a relative of the Emperor Mauricius.
Some sources show her as a daughter of Petrus Augustus (c.550-602), curopalates and brother of the Emperor Mauricius, and his wife Anastasia Aerobinda (born c.570), in turn a daughter of Areobindus (born c.550) and his wife, a paternal granddaughter of a certain Anastasius (c.530-after 571) and Juliana (born c.533, married after 548) and a great-granddaughter of Flavius Anastasius Paulus Probus Sabinianus Pompeius (c.500-after 517), Roman consul in 517. This Pompeius' wife was Theodora (born c.515), natural daughter of the Empress Theodora.
Doria suggests she might have been a daughter of Vardanes Mamikonian, a possible nephew of Artavazd IV, married about 578 in Byzantium to a daughter of Philippicos and Gordia (who was sister of Mauricius).
According to http://bloodroyal.tripod.com/CleopatraVII.html this person (the daughter of Georgia and mother of Ardebasto) is Juliana, wife of Atanagildo, Visi-Goth Prince of Spain
b. circa 585
Father Pedro Augusto of Arabisso1 b. circa 555
Flavia Juliana was born circa 585. She was the daughter of Pedro Augusto of Arabisso.1 Flavia Juliana married Athanagild II the Visigoth, son of Hermenegild II "the Holy" and Ingonde des Francs, circa 603.
Athanagild II the Visigoth b. 583
Ardabast the Visigoth+ b. c 6051,2
[S663] Ingeborg Brigitte Gastel, "Gastel to Paulus & Mauritius".
[S187] Royal Genealogy Database, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/, skips Ardabast, Erwig direct to Athanagild.
sobrinha do Imperador Maurício, do Império Romano do Oriente.