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** Aemilianus ( Greek Church )
** Publius Cornelius Scipio Aemilianus, leading general and politician of the Roman Republic.
** Scipio Aemilianus Africanus, politician general who led the final siege and destruction of Carthage in 146 BC.
** 253, Assassination of Emperor Trebonianus Gallus, Assassination of Emperor Volusianus, Assassination of Emperor Aemilianus.
** Quintus Fabius Maximus Aemilianus is appointed governor of Hispania Citerior and given the specific task of helping Caius Lelius defeat Viriathus and the Lusitanians.
** The Roman forces of Fabius Maximus Aemilianus are defeated in Ossuma ( near modern Córdoba ).
** The Roman forces of Fabius Maximus Aemilianus are totally defeated near what is today the city of Beja in Alentejo.

** and Roman
** Farnese Atlas, a 2nd-century Roman marble copy of a Hellenistic sculpture of the Titan, " Atlas "
** Pope Celestine I ( Roman Catholic Church )
** Endelienta ( Roman Catholic and Anglican Church )
** Helena of Constantinople ( Roman Catholic Church )
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** Mary of Egypt ( Roman Catholic )
** Blane ( Roman Catholic Church )
** Roman Missal
** Roman Britain or Britannia, a Roman province covering most of modern England and Wales and some of southern Scotland from 43 to 410 AD
** List of Roman Consuls
** Romano-Germanic subgroup ( comprising those legal systems where legal science was formulated according to Roman Law-see also Civil law ( legal system ))
** Optionally: abbreviation of soldiers ' religion ( KAT for Roman Catholics, GR-KAT for Greek Catholics, PRAW for Orthodox, MOJ for Jewish, AUG for Lutherans, ANG for Anglicans and MAH for Muslims )
** O Sapientia ( Roman Catholic Church )
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** Thomas the apostle ( pre-1970 Roman Calendar )
** Annales by Quintus Ennius ( Roman History )
** Aeneid by Virgil ( Roman mythology )
** Metamorphoses by Ovid ( Greek and Roman mythology )
** Pharsalia by Lucan ( Roman history )
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** Argonautica by Gaius Valerius Flaccus ( Roman poet, Greek mythology )

** and Catholic
** Feast day of the Assumption of Mary, one of the Catholic holy days of obligation.
** Mammes of Caesarea ( Catholic Church )
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** Dedication of Saint Mary Major ( Catholic Church )
** One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church
** Catholic Encyclopedia
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** Anastasia of Sirmium ( Catholic Church )
** Cyril and Methodius, patron saints of Europe ( Roman Catholic Church )
** Polycarp of Smyrna ( Catholic Church )
** Feast of the Chair of Saint Peter ( Roman Catholic Church )
** Polyeuctus ( Roman Catholic church )
** Castor of Karden ( Roman Catholic church )
** World Day of the Sick ( Roman Catholic Church )
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