Aelianus

[comes] Count Aelianus (Greek: Κόμης Αιλιανός; Latin: Aelianus Comes) (†.359 AD) was the chief Roman officer in charge of the defense of Amida during the siege of 359 by Shah Shapur II. Very little is know about his life, except that he was noted by Ammianus Marcellinus as having led new recruits into an attack on the Sassani...
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Aelianus

[rebel] Aelianus was together with Amandus the leader of an insurrection of Gallic peasants, called Bagaudae, in the reign of Diocletian. It was put down by the Caesar Maximianus Herculius in 285. ...
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Aelianus

Greek military writer residing in Rome whose manual of tactics influenced Byzantine, Muslim, and post-15th-century European methods of warfare.
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