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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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Marcus Aemilius Lepidus he calls "an insignificant and indiscreet personage, who did not deserve to become a leader either in council or in the field." The counsel Servius Sulpicius Rufus, was "a very timid man who desired nothing but a quiet death in his bed." Marcus Cato he calls "the Don Quixote of the aristocrats." Gnaeus Pompeius, known to his contemporaries as Pompey the Great, was, in Mommsen's view, far from great: "neither a bad nor an incapable man, but a man thoroughly ordinary, created by nature to be a good sergeant, called by circumstances to be a general and a statesman."
In response, he was able to alert the Roman praetor Marcus Aemilius (pr.
Valerius Maximus reports with approval that a certain Mamercus Aemilius Lepidus, consul in 77 BCE, gave the verdict that a Gallus could not inherit from a Roman citizen as he was neither man nor woman (Wiseman 1985, 204).
AEmilii Ludouici Richteri curas ad librorum manu scripto rum et editionis romanae fidem recognouit et anotatione critica instruxit AEmilius Friedberg.
Aemilius censores dedere ad populum ferendam" La lex Metilia fullonibus dicta habia prohibido a los tintoreros y los que se dedicaban al negocio de las lavanderias el echar el agua procedente de sus actividades en lugares publicos o en los campos, imponiendo sanciones en caso de contravencion de lo dispuesto.
El domingo 17 de marzo de 2013, el Papa Francisco, a cuatro dias de haber sido elegido y poco antes de celebrar su primer Angelus en la Plaza de San Pedro, reconocio el trabajo del sacerdote jesuita Gonzalo Aemilius. "Quiero agradecerle su trabajo", dijo Francisco abrazando al sacerdote frente al altar de la repleta Iglesia de Santa Ana y agrego: "quiero hacerles conocer un sacerdote que ha venido de lejos.
215, 216 s.: Aemilius Balaesus, signife ro alae Sabinianae cognatio de(dicavit) gen(tili) suo), como tambien confirma este caracter lusitano la inscripcion de Boutia Uqulanca Segili f((ilia), pues, aunque procede de Belorado, Burgos (HEp.
Otra anecdota, como la de la dote de ambas Comeliae completada por el hijo adoptivo de su hermano, el segundo Africano, que era en realidad un Aemilius, es recogida por Diodoro Siculo, 31, 27, 5, tomandola seguramente de Polibio, 31, 27, 1-16.
Tissoni lists seventeen translations (from Gaza to Aemilius Portus) and nine commentaries (from that of Gaza on the Olympians to the excerpts published by David Kochhafe in 1596).
Erhard Meisner kommt in seinen Monographie uber Aemilius Paulus (82) zu dem Schluss, Rom und Pergamon hatten sich zu einen Krieg gegen Makedonien verschwort.
(23) For example, contrast the marriage songs (poems 61-62) with poem 97's rumination on Aemilius' anus.