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Aemilius

 

an ancient Roman patrician family that included many state figures and generals.

Lucius Aemilius Paullus. Consul from 219 to 216 B.C.

Together with Terentius Varro, Aemilius commanded the Roman Army in the battle of Cannae.

Lucius Aemilius Paullus the Macedonian. Consul from 182 to 168 B.C.

Aemilius defeated the Macedonian king Perseus in the battle of Pydna (168 B.C.) and thus brought Macedonia under the control of Rome. For this conquest, Aemilius was nicknamed “the Macedonian.”

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Ferre potes dominam salvis tot restibus ullam, cum pateant altae caligantesque fenestrae, cum tibi vicinum se praebeat Aemilius pons?
Erhard Meisner kommt in seinen Monographie uber Aemilius Paulus (82) zu dem Schluss, Rom und Pergamon hatten sich zu einen Krieg gegen Makedonien verschwort.
Interest in Greek culture grew in Rome particulary after the consul Lucius Aemilius Paulus from Pella, the capital of the Macedonian kingdom transferred the library of the Macedonian monarchs in 168 BC.
Calpurnius Serhuhoris (HEp5, 936, Calpurnia se llamaba la madre de Aemilius Seranus en Andelos: CIL II, 2967) y en Oyarzun (Guipuzcoa): Val(erius) Beltesonis(HAE 2464 conservada en el Museo de San Telmo) (2).
In the 3rd century AD, Aemilius Macer, a jurist under Caracalla and Severus Alexander, states that early discharge from the army, introduced during the early imperial era, was granted only to a soldier who was no longer fit to serve due to some defect of mind or body (vitio animi vel corporis).
Nowhere is this more explicitly stated than by Livy, recording a speech made in the second century by the general Aemilius Paullus.
The development forced the Roman Senate to elect two new consuls: Sterling Gaius Terentius Varro and Lucius Aemilius Paullus with the express directives to mobilize the huge historical might of the Roman Republic in support of coalition forces in order to completely eliminate Hannibal.