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Paullus, Lucius Aemi'lius (c.230–160 bc) Reference library
..., Lucius Aemi'lius ( c. 230–160 bc ) Roman general and statesman, given the cognomen Macedonicus because of his victory at Pydna in 168 , which brought the Third Macedonian War to an end ( see Macedon ). When Epirus was sacked on instructions from the senate the enormous proceeds of the booty were scrupulously paid into the Roman treasury. Paullus kept for himself only the books which had belonged to the Macedonian king Perseus, thereby forming the first private library at Rome. The triumph that he celebrated at the end of 167 bc (marred by...
Aemilius (RE 118) Paullus (1), Lucius Reference library
... ( RE 118) Paullus (1), Lucius , was consul in 219 bc with M. Livius Salinator , when they defeated Demetrius ( 7 ) of Pharos in the Second Illyrian War; both triumphed, but when Livius was convicted of peculatus (embezzlement) Paullus came close to sharing his fate. Consul again in 216 , he was killed in the disaster at Cannae . The decision to engage Hannibal in another pitched battle was taken by the senate and fully supported by Paullus. If there was disagreement between Paullus and his colleague C. Terentius Varro , it was purely...
Aemilius (RE 115) Paullus (4), Lucius Reference library
Theodore John Cadoux, Robin J. Seager, and Ernst Badian
... ( RE 115) Paullus (4), Lucius , younger son of Paullus Aemilius Lepidus and Cornelia, daughter of Scribonia and a Scipio, and husband of Iulia ( 4 ) , was consul in ad 1 . Towards ad 8 he conspired against Augustus and was executed; the engagement between his daughter Lepida and the youthful Claudius (the future emperor) was broken off in consequence of this and of Iulia's disgrace (later she married a M. Silanus, probably M. Iunius Silanus (3) , the consul of ad 19 : for two of their children, ‘abnepotes Augusti’ (‘great-grandchildren...
Aemilius (RE 81) Paullus (3), Lucius Reference library
Arnaldo Momigliano, Theodore John Cadoux, and Ernst Badian
... ( RE 81) Paullus (3), Lucius , elder son of M. Aemilius Lepidus (2) and brother of M. Aemilius Lepidus (3) , the triumvir, accused Catiline de vi (of violence) in 63 bc . While quaestor in Macedonia in 59 he was absurdly accused by the informer L. Vettius of conspiring to murder Pompey . In 56 , as curule aedile, he began to rebuild the Basilica Aemilia. He was praetor 53 and consul 50 . Previously a consistent optimate , he was now bought by Caesar for 1,500 talents which he needed for the basilica, gave him at least passive...
Aemilius (RE 114) Paullus (2), Lucius Reference library
... ( RE 114) Paullus (2), Lucius , became an augur in 192 bc and governed Further Spain as praetor in 191 , with command prorogued for 190 and 189 . A defeat in 190 was retrieved by a victory in the following year. Later in 189 he went to Asia as one of the ten commissioners who administered the settlement after the defeat of Antiochus (3) III . On his return in 187 he, with a majority of the commission, unsuccessfully opposed the granting of a triumph to Cn. Manlius Vulso . Despite several attempts he did not reach the consulship until ...