Pedius


Pedius

Pedius can refer to:

* A gens (see Roman naming conventions) of Ancient Rome. They were of consular rank and members included:
** Quintus Pedius - general, politician who was a great nephew of dictator Gaius Julius Caesar and a maternal cousin to first Roman Emperor Augustus
** Quintus Pedius Publicola - son to the above, who was a senator and an orator. He is mentioned in the writings of Roman poet Horace
** Quintus Pedius (deaf painter) - son to the above
** Pedius Blaesus - a Roman senator that was expelled from the Roman Senate in 60, on the complaint from Cyrenaica that Blaesus robbed the temple of Asclepius and lied about corruption of the military levies. Blaesus was readmitted in the senate in 70. His praenomen is unknown.
** Gnaeus Pedius Castus - suffect consul in 71, during the reign of Roman Emperor Vespasian
** Sextus Pedius - jurist
* "Pedius (beetle)", a ground beetle genus


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  • Pedĭus — Pedĭus, Quintus, Neffe Cäsars, war dessen Legat in Gallien, wurde 48 v. Chr. Prätor u. 45 Cäsars Legat in Spanien; von Cäsar zum Miterben mit Octavianus eingesetzt, überließ er diesen sein Erbtheil, wofür er 44 das Consulat erlangte u. während… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • PEDIUS — I. PEDIUS cognomine Quintus, C. Iulii Caesaris ex sorore nepos, sub eo in Gallia legionis legatus, ab eoque postea inter heredes adscriptus, gessit consulatum cum Caesare Iuniore, Hircio et Pansâ interemptis. Huius lege damnati sunt Cassius et… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • PEDIUS Blaesus — motus sub Nerone Senatu, accusantibus Cyrenensibus violatum ab eo thesaurum Aesculapii, delectumque militarem preciô et ambitione corruptum. Tacit. l. 14. Annal. c. 18. Senatorio ordini ab Othone redditus l. 1. Hist. c. 77 …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Quintus Pedius — (? late 43 BC) was a Roman that lived during the late Roman Republic. Pedius was the son of a Marcus or Quintus Pedius and nephew or great nephew of the Roman dictator Julius Caesar. Pedius in 57 BC served as a general during Caesar’s conquest… …   Wikipedia

  • Quintus Pedius — († November 43 v. Chr. in Rom) war ein römischer Senator der späten Republik und Neffe oder Großneffe des Diktators Gaius Iulius Caesar. Er war Sohn eines nicht näher bekannten Marcus oder Quintus Pedius.[1] Laut Sueton[2] gehörte er zu Caesars… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Quintus Pedius (deaf painter) — Quintus Pedius was a Roman painter and the first deaf person in recorded history known by name. [cite web url=http://library.gallaudet.edu/deaf faq earliest deaf.shtml title=Earliest Known Deaf People (to 1700 AD) publisher=Gallaudet University… …   Wikipedia

  • Quintus Pedius Publicola — or sometimes spelt as Poplicola (flourished 1st century BC) was a Roman who came from a Roman senatorial family. Publicola was the son of consul Quintus Pedius and noblewoman Valeria.The elder Pedius was nephew or great nephew of dictator Gaius… …   Wikipedia

  • Sextus Pedius — Quintus Pedius Paulus or Paullus (50 120) was a jurist of the Roman Empire. Paulus was of the gens Pedius, who were Romans of consular rank. His cognomen Paulus suggests he could related to the gens Aemilius. Paulus was a contemporary to the… …   Wikipedia

  • Quintus Pedius — (mort en 43 av. J. C.) est le petit neveu de Jules César, étant le petit fils de Julia, sœur aînée de César. En 43 av. J. C. il est consul suffect. Annexes Consul de la République romaine (liste) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • QUINTUS Pedius — consul cum puero Octavio in locum Hirtii et Pansae, qui in Mutinensi praelio occubuerant, suffectus …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale