Aemilia can indicate several people and places in Classical history:
- Aemilia (gens), a patrician family of Ancient Rome, and the female members of this gens
- Tertia Aemilia Paulla, third daughter of Lucius Aemilius Paullus, and wife of Scipio Africanus
- Aemilia Lepida, any of several female members of the gens Aemilia.
- Aemilia (physician), also known as Aemilia Hilaria.
- Aemilia (Roman province), a late Roman province
- Via Aemilia, a Roman road
Aemilia can also mean:
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