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(M. Aemilius Paullus) - Roman consul, 302 B.C.
Consuls: M. Livius Denter, M. Aemilius L.f. Paullus
the Sallentini (according to some, by the Roman consul Aemilius).
The Etruscans defeat the Roman master of the horse (? Aemilius).
Denter , M. Aemilius L.f. L.n. Paullus dictator: C. Junius
(M. Aemilius Paullus) - Roman consul, 255 B.C.
nsuls: Ser. Fulvius M.f. Paetinus Nobilior, M. Aemilius M.f. Paullus
Aemilius constructs the columna rostrata at Rome.
The triumph of M.Aemilius, over the Cossurenses and Carthaginians.
bilior , M. Aemilius M.f. L.n. Paullus & [p56]  & Cn.
Aemilius M.f. L.n. Paullus, proconsul, & over the Cossuren
(L. Aemilius Paullus) - Roman consul, 219 and 216 B.C.
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Consuls: L. Aemilius M.f. Paullus, M. Livius M.f. Salinator
The achievements of Paullus in the war against the Illyrians.
Consuls: L. Aemilius M.f. Paullus (II), C. Terentius C.f. Varro
destroys the Roman army at Cannae; Paullus is killed in the battle.
the royal trophies carried by Aemilius' ship. [256-7] &
Varro , L. Aemilius M.f. M.n. Paullus II dictator: M. Jun
conquered by Aemilius Paulus, the Roman consul, applied
(L. Aemilius Paullus) - Roman consul 182 and 168 B.C.
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Paullus is defeated by the Lusitani at Lyco.
Paullus defeats the Lusitani.
CIL_614, a decree of Paullus granting freedom to a community near
Consuls: L. Aemilius L.f. Paullus, Cn. Baebius Q.f. Tamphilus
Paullus divorces Papiria; her two sons are adopted into other familie
Paullus decisively defeats the Ingauni in Liguria.
The triumph of Paullus, over the Ligurians.
Paullus is assigned Macedonia as his province immediately after his
Consuls: L. Aemilius L.f. Paullus (II), C. Licinius C.f. Crassus
onia appear before the senate; Paullus makes a speech to the people.
Paullus leaves for Macedonia, after celebrating the Latin Festival.
Paullus sets sail from Brundisium for Corcyra.
Paullus arrives at Delphi.
Paullus reaches the Roman army at the river Elpeus.
Paullus decides to attack Perrhaebia.
Paullus engages in fighting by the Elpeus.
Paullus advances to Pydna; Sulpicius Gallus predicts a lunar eclipse,
Paullus defeats Perseus at the battle of Pydna.
divine revelation from the Dioscuri, announcing Paullus' victory.
Paullus reaches Pella.
Envoys from Paullus arrive at Rome.
Paullus receives Perseus at the Roman camp.
thanksgiving is held for Paullus' victory.
Paullus punishes deserters by throwing them under his elephants.
Paullus rewards Q.Tubero with some silver from the Macedonian spoils.
Paullus tours the Greek cities.
Paullus and the ten envoys announce the division of Macedonia into
Paullus holds his victory games at Amphipolis.
Paullus pillages Epirus, sacks seventy cities and carries off 150,000
ans send Metrodorus to serve Paullus as a painter and a philosopher.
Syll_652a, the inscription from a statue of Paullus at Delphi.
Paullus arrives at Rome.
motion to grant a triumph to Paullus is passed, despite the strong
The death of Paullus' younger son.
The first day of Paullus' triumph: a display of statues and pictures.
The second day of Paullus' triumph: Perseus' treasury, consisting of
mph: Perseus and his children are led before the chariot of Paullus.
The death of Paullus' elder son.
Paullus' speech to the people on the death of his sons.
The censors, Paullus and Philippus, complete the census.
General comments on the strong and upright character of Paullus.
Death of L.Aemilius Paullus.
The funeral of Paullus; composition and first performance of Terentiu
Macedonia by Aemilius Paullus the Roman general, wishin
unger Scipio (the son of Paulus Aemilius) would have stood
informed that L. Paulus, the father of Africanus, defend
the grandson of L. Paulus: and added that, a little prior
the grandson of L. Paullus, who made his appearance at the
3.3.71 ) Q. Fabius, Paullus, Scipio and Q.
.3.81 ) L. Aemilius Paullus. Found at Arret
ecree of Lucius Aemilius Paulus, proconsul of Further
622 Lucius Aemilius Paullus. Tablet of mar
prayers.  & Paullus, on the eve of the battle of
 & Fears of Paullus : DIOMEDES : In the old writers
[169 B.C.], when Lucius Aemilius defeated and conquered
philus , L. Aemilius L.f. M.n. Paullus  & P. Corneliu
 & L. Aemilius L.f. L.n. Paullus II , C. Licinius
Aemilius L.f. M.n. Paullus (II), proconsul, & from Macedon
inus defeated Philippus, Paulus Perseus, Metellus Pseudo-P
war, created Aemilius Paulus consul, and conferred upon
ity; and it received laws from Paulus Aemilius, which it
Afterwards Magnus, also called Paulus Macedonicus, became
thrown after being defeated by Paullus. And then he descr
was over him that Paulus Aemilius triumphed, and in him
PAULUS AEMILIUS. Paulus Aemilius, when he stood for his
taken prisoner, he told Paulus that he would not be led
(L. Aemilius Paullus) - Roman consul, 1 A.D.
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