als Augur maximus im Jahre 160 und das Augurium das Heils>>, Hermes, 77/3-4, 1942, pp.
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.
Among several factual errors, Gabriel states that Scipio Africanus' grandson, Scipio Aemilianus, was adopted by the Roman general, Aemilius Paullus
, but in fact Aemilius Paullus
was Scipio Aemilanus' natural father; the boy was adopted into the Scipio family (xiv).
are more difficult to reconstruct with certainty, but since some were taken back to Rome by Aemilius Paullus
and displayed during his triumph (Diod.
Although some commentators have identified it as the triumph of the emperor Aurelian over the Palmyrene queen Zenobia, the text of Silvanus, combined with the Republican theme of the room, makes it certain that we are witnessing Aemilius Paullus
, the conqueror of King Perseus of Macedon, celebrating his victory procession in 167 BC.
How widely replicated in the cities of the Roman Empire the model was it is impossible to say; but the new paradigm closed off the opportunity for fathers to emulate Roman paragons from the distant past such as Aemilius Paullus
, who could be remembered as 'the lovingest of fathers,' or Fabius Maximus, who could be remembered as a 'wise man and a good father.
Cohen begins by reminding us that the demand that generals be given a free hand goes back to the Roman republic when Consul Lucius Aemilius Paullus
, in 168 B.
perhaps added to, rather than replaced, the expectations deriving from his natural family.
remark in a speech to the people after being allotted command of the war against Perseus, Deos quoque huic favisse sorti spero eosdemque in rebus gerendis adfuturos esse.
but there is no evidence that they were a regular feature of aristocratic funerals.
lt;<Plutarch's Aemilius Paullus
and the Model of the Philosopher Statesman>>, de Blois, L.