|Usurper of the Roman Empire|
Aemilianus from "Promptuarii Iconum Insigniorum "
|Reign||260 or 260-261|
|Died||261 or 262|
Lucius Mussius Aemilianus (d. 261 or 262) was a Roman usurper.
Gallienus sent his general Aurelius Theodotus to Egypt to deal with Aemilianus. After a short struggle Aemilianus was defeated (before 30 March 262), captured, and later strangled in prison. Also his possible supporter Memor was executed.
- s.v. "Usurpers in Egypt: Mussius Aemilianus and Memor", in Körner, Christian, "Usurpers under Gallienus", De Imperatoribus Romanis
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