Aulus Baebius (Commander)

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Aulus Baebius († after 167 BC) was a 2nd century BC Living military of the Roman Republic from the plebeian family of the Baebier .

Aulus Baebius was 167 BC. Commander of the Roman garrison of the Greek port city of Demetrias and supported the Aetolians Lykiskos and Teisippos , zealous partisans of Rome, in their cruel crackdown on the Aetolian National Party, with 550 Aetolian patriots being killed by Roman soldiers and others driven into exile. That is why Baebius later had to accept his condemnation.



  1. Titus Livius 45, 28, 7 and 45, 31, 2.