On June 20, we have Chapters XXII through XXVI, from Julian being declared emperor in Gaul (361) down to Theodosius' defeat of the Goths (382). As Bingley has pointed out: Chapters XXII through XXIV, the section on Julian, are mainly a summary of Ammianus, whom we read, through the Julian novel, quite recently, so some people might want to do some judicious skipping here.
In this online version, each chapter has a “Scope” outline, and I hope this will be of help to chat participants to pick their preferred points of discussion:
I suggest that we skip at least chapters XXII and XXIV, and maybe XXIII also.
Bingley and I will continue to blog this chat segment and the two following ones. Please note the substitution of July 11 for July 4 because of Fourth of July Independence Day in the U.S.