Antipope Felix II was installed as Pope in 355 after the Emperor Constantius II banished the reigning Pope, Liberius, for refusing to subscribe the sentence of condemnation against Saint Athanasius. In May 357 the Roman laity, which had remained faithful to Liberius, demanded that Constantius, who was on a visit to Rome, should recall Liberius.
Emperor Ai of Jin, personal name Sima Pi (司馬丕), courtesy name Qianling (千齡), was an emperor of the Eastern Jin Dynasty (265-420). During his brief reign, the actual powers were largely in the hands of his granduncle Sima Yu the Prince of Kuaiji, and the paramount general Huan Wen. According to historical accounts, he had an obsession with immortality, which ironically resulted in his death, as he became poisoned by pills that were given him by magicians in 364 and eventually died in 365.
Empress Wang Muzhi (王穆之) (died 365), formally Empress Aijing (哀靖皇后, literally "the lamentable and peaceful empress") was an empress of Jin Dynasty (265-420). Her husband was Emperor Ai. Wang Muzhi's father Wang Meng (王濛) was at one time the chief assistant to a prime minister, but it is not clear which prime minister he served. She became Emperor Ai's wife while he was still the Prince of Langye during the reign of his cousin Emperor Mu, and she carried the title of Princess of Langye.
Mayurasharma (or Mayurasharman, Mayuravarma) (345 - 365 C.E. ), a Brahmin scholar and a native of Talagunda, was the founder of the Kadamba Kingdom of Banavasi, the earliest native kingdom to rule over what is today the modern state of Karnataka, India. He took the name of Mayuravarma to emphasise his change from the Brahmin to the Kshatriya caste.