may have died by 160 BC because Polybius makes no further reference to her. Both of them died young, one shortly after the other, at the same time that Paullus celebrated his triumph. His next military command, with "proconsular imperium was in the next year, against the Ingauni of Liguria. Lusitanians between 191 and 189. Lucius Aemilius Paulus Macedonicus (229 BC-160 BC) was a, roman general and politician. Wikipedia.org Retrieved from " ". Furthermore, it is known that the younger Cato was married to Scipio Aemilianus's full sister because Aemilianus gave his sisters his share of his mother's property. Wik".org Usage. Since four boys were too many for a father to support across the "cursus honorum Paulus decided to give the oldest two boys up for adoption, probably between 175 BC and 170. His next military command, with proconsular imperium, was in 181 racism is Unacceptable and Unjust BC, against the Ingauni of Liguria. Translated by Edward Poste,.A.
229 BC 160 BC) was a two-time consul of the Roman Republic and a noted general who conquered Macedon, putting an end to the Antigonid dynasty in the Third Macedonian War. DescriptionThe Triumph of Aemilius Paulus (detail).jpg.
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Paullus's second wife (whose name is unknown to us) received her dowry back from drugs Use and Abuse: Needle Sharing, HIV and Hepatitis the sale of some of her late husband's property ( Livy and Polybius both claim that Paullus died relatively poor, and that he had kept little for himself from the successful. For other men with this name, see. As consul, he was appointed by the senate to deal with the Macedonian war. Aemilia Tertia's fate is unknown. It is known that her older sisters married, and that her full brothers died in 167.