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Aemilianus can refer to a number of people in Classical history:
- Aemilianus (207–253), emperor of Rome for several months in 253 AD.
- Scipio Aemilianus (185 BC–129 BC), son of Lucius Aemilius Paulus Macedonicus, was adopted by Publius Cornelius Scipio, the son of Scipio Africanus
- Mussius Aemilianus, one of the Thirty Tyrants. He supported the rebellion of the Macriani against Gallienus (260-261 AD), and afterwards probably proclaimed himself emperor
- Saint Aemilianus (died 484) (also called Aemilius), martyred in Africa
- Aemilianus, a bishop of Nantes during Charlemagne's reign (i.e. late 8th century), who supposedly fought the Saracens
- Saint Emilian of Cogolla (473–572) (also known as Aemilianus Cucullatus, Aemiliano or Millán de la Cogolla), a Spanish saint.
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