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  Paullus   (M. Aemilius Paullus) - Roman consul, 302 B.C.
  + Aemilius
302/_ Consuls: M. Livius Denter, M. Aemilius L.f. Paullus
302/4 the Sallentini (according to some, by the Roman consul Aemilius).
301/29 The Etruscans defeat the Roman master of the horse (? Aemilius).
    Within translations:
FastCap_p48 Denter , M. Aemilius L.f. L.n. Paullus dictator: C. Junius

  Paullus 2   (M. Aemilius Paullus) - Roman consul, 255 B.C.
  + Aemilius
255/_ nsuls: Ser. Fulvius M.f. Paetinus Nobilior, M. Aemilius M.f. Paullus
255/26 Aemilius constructs the columna rostrata at Rome.
253/2 The triumph of M.Aemilius, over the Cossurenses and Carthaginians.
    Within translations:
FastCap_p54   bilior , M. Aemilius M.f. L.n. Paullus & [p56] [254] & Cn.
FastTr_p100   Aemilius M.f. L.n. Paullus, proconsul, & over the Cossuren
Oros_4.9   5 When the consuls Aemilius Paulus and Fulvius Nobilior 255 B.C.

  Paullus 3   (L. Aemilius Paullus) - Roman consul, 219 and 216 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Aemilius , Paulus
219/_ Consuls: L. Aemilius M.f. Paullus, M. Livius M.f. Salinator
219/21 The achievements of Paullus in the war against the Illyrians.
216/_ Consuls: L. Aemilius M.f. Paullus (II), C. Terentius C.f. Varro
216/23 destroys the Roman army at Cannae; Paullus is killed in the battle.
    Within translations:
Cic:Tusc_1.89   have witnessed the death of Paulus and Geminus; or Venusia, that
Ennius:Ann_255   the royal trophies carried by Aemilius' ship. [256-7] &
FastCap_p60   Varro , L. Aemilius M.f. M.n. Paullus II dictator: M. Jun
Just_29.2   conquered by Aemilius Paulus, the Roman consul, applied
Nepos_23.4   Gaius Terentius and Lucius Aemilius, both of whose armies
Oros_4.16   City, the consuls L. Aemilius Paulus and P. Terentius Varro 216
Oros_5.5   the reluctance of his colleague Paulus and forced him to take
ValMax_3.4.4   had given him L. Aemilius Paullus to be his colleague. And
ValMax_5.1e.6   sought the body of Aemilius Paullus, who was slain at Cannae,

  Paullus 4   (L. Aemilius Paullus) - Roman consul 182 and 168 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Aemilius , Paulus
190/11 Paullus is defeated by the Lusitani at Lyco.
189/10 Paullus defeats the Lusitani.
189/19 CIL_614, a decree of Paullus granting freedom to a community near
182/_ Consuls: L. Aemilius L.f. Paullus, Cn. Baebius Q.f. Tamphilus
182/17 Paullus divorces Papiria; her two sons are adopted into other familie
181/3 Paullus decisively defeats the Ingauni in Liguria.
181/9 The triumph of Paullus, over the Ligurians.
169/32 Paullus is assigned Macedonia as his province immediately after his
168/_ Consuls: L. Aemilius L.f. Paullus (II), C. Licinius C.f. Crassus
168/3 onia appear before the senate; Paullus makes a speech to the people.
168/4 Paullus leaves for Macedonia, after celebrating the Latin Festival.
168/11 Paullus sets sail from Brundisium for Corcyra.
168/12 Paullus arrives at Delphi.
168/13 Paullus reaches the Roman army at the river Elpeus.
168/15 Paullus decides to attack Perrhaebia.
168/16 Paullus engages in fighting by the Elpeus.
168/19 Paullus advances to Pydna; Sulpicius Gallus predicts a lunar eclipse,
168/20 Paullus defeats Perseus at the battle of Pydna.
168/22 divine revelation from the Dioscuri, announcing Paullus' victory.
168/26 Paullus reaches Pella.
168/34 Envoys from Paullus arrive at Rome.
168/41 Paullus receives Perseus at the Roman camp.
168/43 thanksgiving is held for Paullus' victory.
168/49 Paullus punishes deserters by throwing them under his elephants.
168/50 Paullus rewards Q.Tubero with some silver from the Macedonian spoils.
168/57 Paullus tours the Greek cities.
167/7 Paullus and the ten envoys announce the division of Macedonia into
167/8 Paullus holds his victory games at Amphipolis.
167/8a two letters from Paullus, reprimanding the city of Gonni.
167/11 Paullus pillages Epirus, sacks seventy cities and carries off 150,000
167/13 ans send Metrodorus to serve Paullus as a painter and a philosopher.
167/15 Syll_652a, the inscription from a statue of Paullus at Delphi.
167/17 Paullus arrives at Rome.
167/18 motion to grant a triumph to Paullus is passed, despite the strong
167/20 The death of Paullus' younger son.
167/21 The first day of Paullus' triumph: a display of statues and pictures.
167/22 The second day of Paullus' triumph: Perseus' treasury, consisting of
167/23 mph: Perseus and his children are led before the chariot of Paullus.
167/25 The death of Paullus' elder son.
167/26 Paullus' speech to the people on the death of his sons.
163/13 The censors, Paullus and Philippus, complete the census.
160/21 General comments on the strong and upright character of Paullus.
160/22 Death of L.Aemilius Paullus.
160/23 The funeral of Paullus; composition and first performance of Terentiu
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Aemilius
    Within translations:
Athen_5.194   Macedonia by Aemilius Paullus the Roman general, wishin
Cic:Brut_77   unger Scipio (the son of Paulus Aemilius) would have stood
Cic:Brut_80   informed that L. Paulus, the father of Africanus, defend
Cic:Brut_107   the grandson of L. Paulus: and added that, a little prior
Cic:Brut_117   the grandson of L. Paullus, who made his appearance at the
Cic:DeOr_2.272   from the battle in which Paulus commanded; the alleged that he
Cic:Rep_1.14   Africanus, ** the son of Paulus, decided to spend the Latin
Cic:Rep_1.23   and beloved by my father Paulus. For in my early youth,
Cic:Rep_1.31   the grandson ** of Lucius Paulus, the nephew of our friend
Cic:Rep_6.14   whether he and my father Paulus and the others whom we
Cic:Tusc_1.110   and Maximus, and Marcellus, and Paulus, and Cato, and Laelius, and
Cic:Tusc_3.70   had been consul, and L. Paulus, who lost two sons within
Cic:Tusc_5.118   fly!" [118] When Perseus entreated Paulus not to lead him in
CIL_1.614   ecree of Lucius Aemilius Paulus, proconsul of Further
CIL_1.622   622 Lucius Aemilius Paullus. Tablet of mar
CIL_6.1304   3.3.71 ) Q. Fabius, Paullus, Scipio and Q.
CIL_11.1829   .3.81 ) L. Aemilius Paullus. Found at Arret
Ennius:Ann_274   prayers. [274] & Paullus, on the eve of the battle of
Ennius:Ann_275   [275] & Fears of Paullus : DIOMEDES : In the old writers
Euseb]:Chron_239   [169 B.C.], when Lucius Aemilius defeated and conquered
FastCap_p64   philus , L. Aemilius L.f. M.n. Paullus [181] & P. Corneliu
FastCap_p66   [168] & L. Aemilius L.f. L.n. Paullus II , C. Licinius
FastTr_p104   Aemilius L.f. M.n. Paullus (II), proconsul, & from Macedon
Festus:Brev_7   inus defeated Philippus, Paulus Perseus, Metellus Pseudo-P
Just_33.1   war, created Aemilius Paulus consul, and conferred upon
Just_33.2   ity; and it received laws from Paulus Aemilius, which it
Malal_208   Afterwards Magnus, also called Paulus Macedonicus, became
Malal_209   ntions him. Lucius Paulus, the consul of the Romans, fough
Memn_18   thrown after being defeated by Paullus. And then he descr
Nepos_23.13   Polybius, under Lucius Aemilius Paulus and Gnaeus Baebius Tamphilus
Oros_4.20   In Further the proconsul L. Aemilius perished after his whole army
Oros_4.20.30   Later the consul L. Aemilius Paulus 168 B.C. fought and conquered
Plin:HN_4.39   whose cities our general Aemilius Paullus pillaged and sold in a
Plin:HN_7.214   who was censor with Lucius Paulus {164 placed a more carefully
Plin:HN_33.56   the state more wealthy. Aemilius Paulus also after the defeat of
Plin:HN_33.142   by his wife's father Lucius Paulus in recognition of his valour
Plin:HN_34.54   and another Athena which Aemilius Paulus dedicated in Rome at the
Plin:HN_35.135   Accordingly when Lucius Paulus after conquering Perseus
Plut:Arat_54   was over him that Paulus Aemilius triumphed, and in him
Plut:Mor_197   PAULUS AEMILIUS. Paulus Aemilius, when he stood for his
Plut:Mor_198   taken prisoner, he told Paulus that he would not be led
SEG_35.823   (c. 167) be free by Lucius [ Aemilius ], and those who share
SEG_64.492.B   (167) [B]   Lucius Aemilius son of Lucius, of
SEG_64.492.C   (167) [C]   20 Lucius Aemilius son of Lucius, of
ValMax_1.5.3   that omen which befell L. Paullus the consul! After he was
ValMax_1.8.1   Perseus had been taken by Paullus. When he related this to
ValMax_2.7.14   [7.14]   L. Paullus, after he had vanquished Perseus,
ValMax_2.10.3   the following happened to Aemilius Paullus when he was dead. For
ValMax_4.3.8   After the overthrow of Perseus, Paullus had so glutted the old
ValMax_4.4.9   one scruple of silver, before Paullus, after he had utterly defeated
ValMax_5.1.1   back to his father by Paullus, with those horsemen which which
ValMax_5.1.8   is the memory of L. Paullus to be forgotten. When he
ValMax_5.1.9     This humanity of L. Paullus reminds me not to forget
ValMax_5.10.2   renowned is what follows. Aemilius Paullus, the pattern of a most
ValMax_7.5.1   praetor depending upon L. Paullus his grandfather, and P.
ValMax_7.5.3   to be found in Aemilius Paullus; and yet several times he
ValMax_8.11.1   he was legate of L. Paullus, in the war against Perseus,

  Paullus 5   (L. Aemilius Paullus) - Roman consul, 1 A.D.
Wikipedia entry
FastCap_p84 , L.Aemilius Paulli f. L.n. Paullus & from 1st July:

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